Last edited by Elwell; August 15th, 2007 at 10:44 AM.
I think this would make a great tat for someone. love the layout.
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Pretty cool. How'd you do those precise feathered lines/ridges?
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thats pretty cool. I would try to give the screws a little more dimesion, they seem very flat.
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John, I've combined these into one thread so people can see them all together. I really like them, especially the second one.
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I love skull number 2 most...
I am making with curves using the illustrator, I find until faster making in vector why I have more dynamism, it only needs much patience. Soon I will make more drawings of this style (they will not be more skulls) I am Brazilian and I am trying to divulge me therefore does not have place here to study this area and it did not wait as many come compliments of so qualified professionals. Soon tutorial!
ore skull soon...
nice stuff! That first one SCREAMS tattoo!!
soon I will make other illustrations… I am a little without time and working very… I sufficiently liked personal it this forum…
second skull is great. Just needs highlights in the screw heads so they don't just look like a red "x"s
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These are cool. This style of line shading always reminds me of comic books. And the one on the bottom is definitely my favorite. What Version of Illustrator are you using?
My biggest complaint is the lack of common lightsources that play over the surface of the complete skull. I think that the repeated lines used to render the various pieces is a really sleek-looking way of showing dimension. Each individual metal plate looks fabulous on its own, but some of them seem to have been rendered separately from the whole with different respective lightsources. When they are placed all together they begin to compete with each other, and it confuses the overall geometry. I think the golden skull on the bottom shows less of this problem than the first two
But regardless these look really cool and it's plain too see alot of work was put into these. Keep up the good work!
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debtor for the opinions… these skulls had been only one new technique that me seems that it gave certain! much people liked, are improving each time more and for this the critical one of all is primordial
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I was wondering if i could use one of these skulls on a banner for my warhammer tabletop game :-) I think it looks fabulous the red one
it can use without problem!
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