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    H-m-b sb

    All of these are ink stippling. Most are 2.5" x 3.5", some are 4" x 6"

    I will try to put these in semi-chronological order, but this first one is the latest (for thread thumbnail purposes.)
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    The rest of them.
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    woooa, niiice man. So when you say you didn't use ref does that mean all of these are from your mind? : O Really nice work man. Lovem all.
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    Thank you - I used references for the human halves, just not the reptile/fish parts. I'm glad you asked me that, it definitely needed clarification.
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    wow, that mark making is really effective. You have captured the human half really well. My favourite is This one
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    Your art is AMAZING!!!! I bet those take a LONG time to complete! Each one is just awesome!! I really want to see more....you just blew my mind!
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    Very mature mark-making, the stippling is surprisingly subtle. (I always make stippling look crap) It reminds me of old black and white 19th century illustrations, that used a large amount of mark-making.

    Very good, more please.
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    J - Thanks, that's one of my favorites, too.

    Americandodo - Thanks!

    pencilgeek - Thank you.

    kagemusha22 - Thanks, I love looking at early engravings and late 1800's / early 1900's illustration - lots of inspiration there.
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    Just realized these didn't get posted. First one is older, second one is very recent. I know the hands are huge in the second one, but I like the pose.
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    DIG IT!! You have made me think stippling is cool again! I can't stipple worth a damn - it ends up looking like a storm of insects. But you really have a gift! *I Really liked Mermaid 3-1 was just cool how her hand pushes in on her skin - the way the light and dark just makes that subtle emphasis - AWESOME! Keep em coming!
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    Very impressive, you have great attention to detail, every one is perfect, well done!
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    nice drawing
    As for the last two pictures, I think the problem kinda extends a bit onto the arms; IMO it's kinda big, compared to her body.

    still, welcome here ^^ and good luck, I guess?
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