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The Ant1-Her0 Project:
I wanted to create a continuous character similar to that of a comic book, without the anchors and limitations of a continuing story line. Ant1-Her0 is a character I created based on myself. He deals with the gritty challenges of internal struggle, questioning ideology, philosophy, and societal issues. The Ant1-Her0 Project is in it's fetal stages, and will be comprised of illustration, graffiti, poetry, and performance art.
Last edited by Ant1-Her0 Project; July 14th, 2012 at 06:16 PM.
Thank you! I've worked very hard to create a distinct look and feel with my project. It's all inks and pencil, ink being dominant. The story and characters are very loose and vague right now, that's why I posted it as a sketchbook even though all but one here are finished pieces.
As for the scanner, the low-quality photos are used to protect my art. I'm new to the fine-art world, and was warned that the internet is full of thieves looking to steal art and concepts, so I only post images online that can't do the originals any justice. That way, if my images are being stolen they only have low-quality images to work with and render digitally. I really appreciate the high quality images on this site, but the artists put their work at great risk of being blatantly stolen by gallery artists. Online presentation is very dangerous.
You did great to create this look its awesome and your hard work and deep thinking behind it show's your skill ;D
I hope to achieve your skill in future
Thanks! I'm still very much a student, and in awe of the talent I see here.
Couldn't Shoot The Messenger, tightened up.