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Frankensteins monster reffed from alice cooper, iggy pop and ben stiller corridor from the fifth element ref used but not stuck to. c+c wanted, needed, desired, required or what ever word you want to use to say I'd like some....
c+c that is
Last edited by young paddy1; March 13th, 2004 at 06:07 PM.
Looks like an intersting thread to watch. I guess I'd need to see the movie to figure out your Cabin Fever pic - looks like Vindaloo fallout to me right now.
Here's a question - when you're working to a time limit, do you consider what you're likely to acheive within that time and approach your pic accordingly, spending time only on important elements, or just take a run at it without much forethought and keep things fast and loose?
working to a time limit I try to go for blocking everything in first then detailing that's why the scopes not done and there's no netting on his helmet or workings of the rifle.
AndI just noticed I missed the background between his face and the stock, bugger.
edit: BTW cabin fever is about a disease that makes you vomit up your own liquified inards.
Impressive stuff, my young padawan (sorry, couldn't help it). Nice designs and paintings. Don't have much to critique. Just keep posting stuff!
"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. Unfortunately the resulting sparks set fire to any nearby artworks."
Some really great stuff here. Your images are coming along very nicely. Keep up the good work.
I really like your Masai. Great image.
very sketchy sketches 5-10 minutes for both
and acouple of rednex in a womping contest 'bout 30 minutes
the source is from MCM's sketchbook, I'm sorry I couldn't resist giving it a quick go, around 20 minutes
20 minute tools experiment
Last edited by young paddy1; April 8th, 2004 at 04:08 PM.
i see some good stuff here