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wow great work.. that last one especially.
wow, good update.. love the last one.
wow so much amazing work, don't know where to start... your imaginative designs are bloody brilliant. good work on all those heads and faces as well.
very slick, love the colors.
whoa, cool designs, i really like that bottom right one, nice idea for the facemask.
that's a lot of work for one day... wish i had that kind of time :p
tax, do you know if there is an english version of the bammes book you're using? i'll probably end up getting it anyway, but it'd be nice if it was in english. thanks.
a man came home dead tired from a twelve-hour day and collapsed in bed. he was just about asleep when his wife rolled over and asked, "what would you do if i told you that you had a beautiful, sexy,...
great update..nice strokes on that top one.
ahh so many skulls.. looks like you know it inside-out, nice.
great studies, almost a mechanical approach.
damn good stuff, mate.
ahhh, such nice lines.. i love your ink work. post more!
wow, that's some amazing work... kudos to you my friend.
do you have a close-up of the one where you attached the skull to your head?
i like the textures in your colouring.. adds that extra dynamic to a picture.
good show kitty(the whole thread)
the hair feels a little digital, but the skin turned out very nice.
what program did you try this with?
i love your pencil work.. it's so clean.
damn that's crazy.. so chaotic, but i have no trouble distinguishing the forms. you gonna try coloring it?
i'd say make a new layer, jump in the deep end, and experiment.
try to do both.. do a really loose gesture drawing, then pin-point the muscles and joints within the masses.
very imaginative stuff.. try to do some head studies and pay attention to how the face is generally proportioned, how the forms are defined and how light plays with them.
i'm guessing some of...
looking good.. can't wait to see it finished.. and thanks for the big pictures, i think i'll do some studies of that bust too. :)