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    Digital chorus!
    nicely done sir.
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    This one is odd, but I think I like it!
    I love the way you did the face, very nice color palette, it feels very 3 dimensional and the flesh has a very cool rendering. Your skill is top, and I feel that I learn a lot from your stuff.
    I am a bit perplexed bout the composition though. Myself am a fan of big graphical elements in the BG, but they have to serve a purpose either by telling a story related to the character or guide the viewers eye. I am not sure what story this pic tells.
    One last thing is it PS or Painter?
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    ups.. new wallpaper!
    Thx homie :chug:

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    I love this one!
    Such a simple concept, but yet so complex! I love the letters on the sides, and especially those weird looking squares? How did you make those squares? I kinda have an idea, but how did "you" make them?

    *goes back to staring*
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    No one complains about life drawing,
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    haunting. You have remarkable skill.

    It would have worked well for DSG|EU 21 topic blind. There were a few stares. Is this a sketchbook page too or is it digital?
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    Whoa! Creepy!
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    aa-a-a-a-a--ascareedididid...that rocks so hard and and and ::sigh::
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    hey thanks everyone.
    miasmak: heh, its a small light pencil sketch scanned and worked between painter 6 and ps7.
    i.was.ink: the "squares" are a flick of a broken glass door that i took one day on my way to work. i overlayed it as a multiply layer in ps. also overlayed is a scan of dirty scotch tape, also applied as multiply layer. quick and easy, as is the nature of digital art.
    R_M: this is the inside back of a cd layout i did a while back. this image sits behind the cd, which is why the composition is very static. i wanted him hiding behind the cd...
    thanks again to all who replied. i had a lot of fun with this image.
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    those eyes are hectic
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    nicely done coro!!
    that nose is awesome...and that staring ofcourse
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    Wow,indeed you rock!
    Great jop!
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