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and man, does it still scare me how much talent is out there!! It has been a while; and probably most of the art I'm going to show here doesn't apply to this site. Either way hope you like some of it. I'm just amazed that I remembered my screen name and password.
This is a wood burning. i think is like 24x30 inch.
24 x 30 (i think) colored pencil and marker
colored pencil and marker
theres some more stuff on my website, forgive the flash gallery if you do check it out, i gotta replace that crap. thanks for checking this out. you guys rock!
the wood burn or how it is called looks good. so clean and no mistakes. how long did it take you to do?
The first image is toooo big!But it´s a very good piece.Love the one with the fish.Good job.
your stuff is really cool, but camara is right, that 1st one is much too big. please resize it, to make the viewing more comfortable, then the feeling of the picture will assuredly be transported much better.
the colors you use are very powerful and highly saturated without looking cheesy. i like it!
Thanks for the comments, and sorry about the huge picture.
This one should load up faster. The wood burning took me about 14 hours not counting the time it took me to draw it. It was actually a back piece that never got done. I liked the design and didn't wanna throw it away. Thanks again ppl!!
Here's some other stuff
colored pencil and ink
charcoal (i know the symmetry is non-existent)
I thought you might like this too. I know its not on paper or whatever, but it is original drawn right on the skin. Took about 20+ hours to complete. (not at once)