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I decided to do a different pic of Lavi for my new layout I'm trying to create for my website. I started to CG it, then decided against it... and went back to my traditional media, it's just so much more fun now.

Media: copic markers & ink (india & microns) on bristol
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"The Curse" (ball pen, black acrylic and my blood)
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Random concept spawned from some anxiety. 
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witness the sickness!
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I was just wanting to do play with traditional media again. I realize the background is crap (I got lazy), and what's with that random ugly thing protruding that she's leaning against? Hm... I really need to work on composing things better. Oh well, this was more just a color experiment anyway... and me having fun creating some really bizarre fashion. ^_^; Enjoy!

Media: Prismacolor Pencils, watercolor (in background)
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:)
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One of my Apotheosis characters. I do love drawing cyborgs.
Pencil on Illustration board.
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Realistic skull
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A special thanks to Ankooru [link] for giving me her permission to draw this portrait.
pencils: 5H, 2H, HB, 2B, 4B
12h
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Fascinated with the Macabre, I take much inspiration from the Horror film genre. This study of a grotesque, mutated monster was taken from John Carpenter’s famous film “The Thing” (1982).
Through the use of movie-stills, I have captured the disturbing and unnerving elements of the film. The medium of pencil allowed me to depict the monster’s horrifying face in great detail. With gnarled teeth, dripping mouth and distorted features, it makes for a nightmarish scene.
(A3, Pencil, Paper, 2012)
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