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    Red face Darwins Mishap(s)

    Hello, all.

    I am known, throughout most of the other forums as Darwins Mishap; some moniker that had come from a few people that I've gotten to know, and has stuck.

    My works entail not only traditional techniques such as ink, pencil (colored as well), oil and acrylic but in the 3D techniqes as well. Modeling (just starting that path!), texturing as well as matte painting (again, just really starting out in that other than postwork)-though that has been irking me severely due to the fact that I have a stuttering mouse rather than a tablet. Hopefully soon!

    Mediums/programs I use:

    Berol pencils, Primsacolor as well.
    Any ink pen I can find most often than not, along with ZIG's-as well as well/quill.
    Acrylic.
    Oil.

    Photoshop 7
    Studio 2/3
    Carrara 6 Pro
    (Dabbling)
    Hexagon 2
    Bryce 6

    As always-thank you for browsing, and please feel free to comment!

    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"
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    "Jonquil"

    Male fetish model, ZIG ink pens on heavy stock paper.

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    "Eric Draven"

    ZIG pens on heavy stock paper, 2 photo references used for the facial structure and the graphic novel for the style of inking. It gave me an idea on how to go about this, without copying the artists' technique, as well as challenging my style on its own.

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    "Moody"

    Berol pencil on heavy stock paper, put into Photoshop 7 for frame and effect detail.

    Photo reference used for the body structure and pose.

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    "Stone"

    Berol pencil on heavy stock paper, 2 photographical references for facial structures.

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    "Hugh"

    Berol pencil/colored pencils on heavy stock paper. Photograph used for reference.

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    "Untilted"

    Oil/acrylic.

    My first and albiet accident of abstract. The beginning of this process had not been abstract at all.

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    "Warlock"

    A work of lighting/posing done in Studio 3. Photoshop 7 used for painting the mist and lighting effect.

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    "Perish"

    Permission granted by the UK fetish model via email, not for sale. Graphite pencil on heavy stock paper. Reference photo used.

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    "A Star Unmasked"

    Berol pencil on heavy stock paper. Three reference photos used.

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    "Gregori"

    Berol pencil on heavy stock paper. Reference photos used for pose and facial structure.

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    "Calm before the storm."

    Set up and rendered in Studio 2.3, Photoshop 7 for postwork that included painting the hair.

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