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Hello, I haven't posted in few years. These are some studies of the torso I have been learning from "dynamic figure drawing".
I heard both are pretty buggy.
It only took until the second page for him to introduce a hot woman, with a huge rack, apprently not just A hot woman, the hottest woman in the world.
I thought Aaron Eckhart done an excellent job.
Two Face clip
(thanks to a buddy who uploaded these on SH)
pvp is pretty cool.
This game kicks butt.
From the place I got them, it has something to do with them being leaked, beyond that I don't know.
Here's a leaked concept of two-face. WB took it down from a few sites by request so it's legit, although the design may differ in the movie.
Put it in a link in case you don't want spoiled
It was good.
I liked the action scenes in the first hulk movie.
I'm confused, I thought this was a re-boot?
Will it be a sequel or a new "origin"?
Using a superhero action figure as a manikin to try set the rest of the body in but something doesn't seem right with the way the head...
The RT counter isn't very high.
This is leaked twoface figure of Aaron Eckhart.
It seems instead of having a split suit, one side will be burnt.
not really worth posting i guess it was more self indulgent fun for a batman fan art thread on another board
Used this picture of Heath Ledger as rough reference
Westlife - more of a group I think?
Still, hearing they have been in some sort of tragic plane crash would bring great pleasure.
Prob get taken down by wb soon
In these watercolors [referring to Frazetta watercolor book] Frazetta explores the beauty of simple gestures: a look, a glance, a smile, a certain attitude or pose. Frazetta's brush dips directly...
The bad guy was awesome.
Oh yea, def 5 stars.