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I like how the 'beard' of the bottom one contrasts with the background. It looks heavy and menacing.
Maybe it sounds silly, but that's the thing that most caught my eye, lol.
See the look on that face? That's what I look like when I'm looking in the mirror, trying to draw my own face.:b
Heavyweight pimp, coming through!
This is epic.
I learned some valuable things I think.
I'll scope out Linran's tut too, just to thank him/her.
Thanks for the attention, meister an brain.
@ brain: Yeah, I thought I could get away with minimal lines. :P
Indeed it looks more solid with a fixed door.
It would be WAAAY cooler if he really flipped us the bird.:P
Painting with a touchpad is pretty rad imho. Wasn't your finger bleeding in the end?:D
It is overall a bit confusing. Where is she? Is it a prison? What is she doing? The pose doesn't really tell me that. What's the setting? Should there be a power outlet on the wall? Her arms look...
I was messing with brushes over an old sketch. I was enjoying myself with the lighting and textures, untill...
I started worrying about the height of the left and right kerbs. Are they the same...
What does it mean that they have to be the same model?
Does it mean that they have to be the same body in different clothes?
Damn, you must've had trouble getting to sleep when you were young whippersnappers.
I prefer the less violent tormenter of children.
Is this too hidden for the challenge?
I'm learning stuff.
The last one is for this week's challenge.
What's the story behind this piece? I'd love to learn more about the how and why of this being.
I'm diggin' the stash.
I think we're on to something.
My current LCD monitor (an oldie) is a bit sucky when it comes to low contrast stuff. When I print something I often see there were actually smudges that I'm not able to see on the screen.
Especially loving the street scene. Those are so hard to do and there's so much designing involved.
I'm loving the disorganised Pete Postlethwaite vibe in Lyons' work.
That's got my vote.
After so many regenerations the dear doctor was, and these were his own words: "Tired of this shit!".
So he decided to leave the whole idea of a "body" for what it was and lifted himself to the...
I think it's obvious what the artist intended to communicate.
Some kind if action pose would have been nice for a dynamic character like this though.
It reminds me of Alphonse Mucha's Art Nouveau.
Simple, yet precise.
You should check him out if you want to develope this style.
But I'm probably preaching to the choir.
Cute... super cute.
And nice studies too.
This has been the only reason for me to visit CA for a while now.
The craftsmanship is simply inspiring for a beginner like me.
Has the word "epic" been mentioned yet?
It was a pleasure checking this out.