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A work in progress for an album cover commission :)

Not finished yet, but im happy with the inks.
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My Submission for OzComics' "Planet of the Apes" Draw-off.

ink and gouache

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Thank you for the Daily Deviation!!!
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Here's a work I did for school. I used a lot of technicals: 3D (using Blender) for the head; watercolor for the neck; then charcoal pencil; clay; wood, plastic and iron wire for the wings; gouache on wood; raster graphics or bitmap (using Gimp) for the legs; then colored pencil; oil on canvas; drawing pencil; oil pastels; vector graphics (using Inkscape); Indian ink: paint on glass; photograph; 3D animation. It was looong.... but I've finished it!
It's 2,40 meters long, 75 cm high and 70 cm wide (because of the wings).

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C'est un boulot pour l'école. J'ai utilisé plein de techniques différentes: 3D, aquarelle, fusain, argile, pour les ailes bois, fil de fer et un truc vendu sous le gracieux nom de "film plastique", gouache sur bois, dessin matriciel ou bitmap, crayons de couleur, huile sur toile, crayon à papier, pastel gras, vectoriel, encre de chine, peinture sur verre (merci Claire!) photo (héhé! J'ai pris au péril de ma vie la photo d'un dragon!) et animation. Ce fut laborieux, mais je l'ai fini! (tadam!)
Il fait 2m40 de long, 75 cm de haut et 70 de large (à cause des ailes).
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Pen
January 2011

Like I said in my previously posted male figure sketches, it's good to go back to some human studies now and then, and really, I should probably do these a lot more often than I do. These weren't drawn with any photo or model reference, just some conceptual figure studies. I tried to think of interesting poses and sort of tell stories with them. I like how a lot of these turned out.

Male study here: [link] There seem to be a lot less figures of ladies than I did of males, but in fact I think there are more. Interesting.

(It occurs to me that maybe I should put some kind of content warning on these?... But surely that wouldn't be necessary, as they contain very little specific detail and are basically covered.)
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Seeing as how Caleb has some sci-fi backstory in his history, there's only so much lounging around that a rotund fox can do before the call to action strikes!

Having played a vanguard in Mass Effect, I knew I had to commission Sugarboy from FA for a picture of Caleb right in the middle of a powerful biotic charge- combined with his um.... mass, as it were, stepping aside is probably a good idea...
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This is the picture I'mma use on a t-shirt maybe for my side project Reptar, the Destoryer. :V

Hopefully, if I learn to play all the instruments needed to be in a band, I will form it and it will be like sex to your musical ears. It'll sound a lot like A Day to Remember and a mix of Asking Alexandria... Hopefully.

If it's never formed, then this is just a really cool picture.

ENJOY REPTAR IN SPACE WITH A FORK AND KNIFE.

Art and crap (c) :icond5697:
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JUST 666+Pentagram DIGITAL WORK.
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Pen
January 2011

These are just some random figure study sketches of male anatomy. I didn't use any photos or live model for reference, just tried to put down some interesting and varied poses. I think some of them turned out pretty dynamic, and even realistic in a few cases. It's fun to go back to figure studies now and then (not to mention really important... I should do these more often, especially for men, who I draw far less often than women).

Female study here: [link]
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Decided to make a few raccoon pieces, and this is one of em...Here we see Mom and babies, resting snugly on the floor of the forest, a place that in the natural order of things, they most likely would not be. ;) But, I like to think that their forest is so gentle and protected, they can go around taking naps like that.:lol:

size:2.5x3.5 inch
media:mixed

:bulletblack:The original of this artwork is up for auction, right now--> here
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Okay. My fur lomix >w>'

Cooment plz? ouo'''


łoke sa pixelki,ale kij. nie ma opisu,pozniej bd o3o' ~~


drawn in PaintTool SAI.
drawn with the mouse >v>
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