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There has been some interest in my Carrie Fisher/Leia enhancement/manips so I decided to do a new once combining Leia with a death star picture.

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This Carrie/Leia wallpaper was more of a challenge starting out as a LQ partial image in the end I created a composite image using a 2nd donor still then converting to B&W before adding a new background layer. Once all the layers were merged I converted to a platinum process effect also adding vignette & grain * a touch of softness.

After some thought I decided to go with a textured paint effect given the images poor definition.


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The last Star Wars Ep IV publicity still based wall (unless I get more donor images), cleaned up & enhanced then with a new background & effects added.

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A Princess Leia & Deathstar picture combined to create a wallpaper.



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Eight of the hundred sketch cards I did for Topps and the masterwork set about to be released on February 11th!!! Also did three golden cards (regulars are silver), two puzzles and one booklet, all of which I'll be showing you soon enough. 


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The Dusty Gizka dropped out of hyperspace, and already Bit was feeling anxious. The large, gray-green orb looming ahead of them was none other than Nal Hutta; the homeworld of the Hutts, and political head of any and all under-the-table dealings. Off to the right, however, was their current goal. Nar Shadda, the moon of the Hutt homeworld, was generously called "Little Coruscant" by some beings, and "that wretched hive" by others. While only those close to the Hutts were allowed to go to the planet proper, all other kinds of racketeering and debauchery took place on the moon.

"This is where we'll find parts for lightsabers?" Coram asked incredulously. "The Hutts are gangsters. They'd just as soon sell us as Jedi target practice than help us on our quest."

Bit watched out of the corner of his photoreceptor as Coram fidgeted, and began his descent towards the moon, "It's just as Master Vrash said. All the best finds are outside of the republic's jurisdiction, and this planet is basically one big junkyard sale."

"I still think caution is wisest here." Nokturne piped up from behind Bit, "we probably shouldn't buy most of our supplies in the same area. Someone might connect the dots and realize just what it is we're building."

Bit and Coram both nodded in agreement, and after a confirmation of their landing pad coordinates, Bit stowed his lightsaber in a small chassis compartment while his two organic comrades donned travelers garments, making sure to hide theirs in the folds of the billowing cloth. Readying himself for whatever they might find on the moon, Bit and the others prepped themselves for their journey through Nar Shadda.

***

The first thing Coram noticed when they disembarked the Dusty Gizka was the smell. A thousand different pheromones from a hundred different species wafted through the air, mingling with the smells of a number of deep fried foods before reaching his nose. They said that the older a Cathar got, the better his sense of smell became. Coram sorely wished that he would never have to return here anytime in the far future. He may never make it out alive.

After stowing their lightsabers within the folds of their traveling garments, and Bit hiding his in a compartment on his chassis, the three padawans stepped off of the landing pad. They were almost immediately greeted by a Toydarian wearing a floppy hat with a number of vintage blasters around his bloated waist in varying states of disrepair.

"I think you may wanna pay the landing fee before I repossess your ship, eh? Two-thousand and she stays where she is. Otherwise, I take her off your hands.

Coram opened his mouth to tell the Toydarian exactly what he thought of the offer in the one Huttese phrase he knew, but was beat out by Nokturne.

"You'd be lucky to get five hundred credits for the heap we're flying," came the Gen'dai's gravely voice, jutting one tentacle back at the bulk freighter. "We'll pay seven hundred to keep her here--"

"--and another three hundred if you can point us to where we can find emitters and lenses for laser mining equipment." Coram added, sensing the opportunity.

The Toydarian scratched the patchy hair that wasn't covered by his hat, "Mmm...Deal." Came his reply, followed by the clink of credits falling into his greedy palms, "The best place to find rare and vintage parts is Teelo's Hut a few dozen levels down from here. If he doesn't have it, you bet your blaster he knows where to get it."

***

A short public turbolift ride later, the three stepped out onto a merchant level of the smuggler's moon. The shop mentioned to them by the Toydarian was very hard to miss. Amongst the dilapidated stalls and lean-to shops, a gleaming duracrete shop stood, it's sign flashing Teelo's Hut; Antiques and Baubles for the Discerning Eye, then alternating to a hologram of parts and credit symbols between a happy looking Hutt and a happy looking customer.

"Flashy," Coram muttered as they took a wide ped-way to the shop. A gentle chime sounded as they entered, and the three were greeted by a low, booming voice, "Bo shuda." A common greeting in Huttese.

The shop itself was deceptively small on the inside, which made it all the more surprising when the large, slug-like form of a Hutt came sliding out from a room behind the counter. "Take a look around," the Hutt said with a wave of his arm, "I am Teelo, and this is my boutique. There's plenty here to interest the intrepid and curious."

The shelves and counters were all cluttered with every kind of gadget; both whole and in various pieces. This was the kind of place Coram  could spend a lifetime in. Bit had his holobooks, but Coram had his mechanics shops. He was just looking over a carton of 'modified' cryoban grenades that were half price when Bit's metallic voice called over.

"I think I found what we're looking for!"

Coram closed the carton and hurried to the stacks that Bit was perusing, meeting Nokturne as he arrived. In Bit's mechanical hands was a small sheet of a slightly translucent material roughly the size of a sheet of flimsi. "this is just the material needed for making a lens for our emitters." He whispered.

They each grabbed a sheet as well as a trio of comlinks and some other general supplies to not draw attention to their true goal. The three placed their items on the counter as Teelo the Hutt slid over to the other side, and Coram noticed that up close, there were faint swirling tattoos all along both arms of the Hutt's green skin. When the dim light caught them at certain angles, they seemed to shimmer in oranges and reds like fire.

"New to the system?" Teelo rumbled, drawing Coram's attention back on the Hutt's face. He was carefully eyeing their purchases.

"Laser miners," Bit responded, gesturing to the translucent sheets, "Hard to find supplies like this back on Subterrel."

Teelo's eyes became narrow slits as he observed the shard Jedi, "Mmm. Talkative droid you have." He remarked, causing Bit to give an indignant electronic *meep* before moving off to continue browsing.

Coram forced a chuckle, "Labor droids these days. Seems they're always forming quirks."

Turning his gaze to the Cathar, Teelo gave a wide, knowing smile that made Coram's mane bristle. "Of course. Though I suspect you gather your supplies and leave soon. Nar Shadda isn't very welcoming to Jeedai; miners or not."

Bit cautiously turned his head so one photoreceptor could focus on the Hutt while he continued to feign browsing. Coram looked from him to Nokturne, whose visage was unreadable under his mask, then back to the Hutt, "What gave you that impression?" Coram asked cautiously.

The Hutt waved his hands at their traveling robes, "Your disguises. They fit your story a Bit too well. Jeedai have a habit of overplaying their hand. It makes you as easy to read as any other being...to a Hutt at least. The last one to arrive on our moon was met with," he paused, "an untimely end."

"So, Teelo the Hutt, now that you have this information, what do you plan to do with it?" Nokturne asked, a bit of edge to his normally quiet voice.

Teelo smiled again, "Jeedai always make good customers! Honest without much risk of backstabbing. You are building lightsabers, yes? Oh, you cannot be so coy! A Hutt knows many secrets of the galaxy, and I have the greatest knowledge of rare tech among the ruling families."

The three Jedi exchanged glances, "This means I also come into possession of a great number of rare pieces. Some of possible importance to young Jeedai questing for their own lightsabers, in fact."

The three padawans turned to each other. Was it safe? Was it at least worth checking out? Finally curiosity won out among them, and Coram turned to Teelo. "Show us what you have."

***

Bit and the others followed Teelo into his office, noting that aside from everything being scaled to fit a Hutt's larger body size, it appeared to be a simple accounting setup.

However, the room was not so much an office as it was a front that disguised a whole other area behind it. Pushing away a large record-keeping table, Teelo revealed a door panel that split the back wall into an opening that led down into darkness.  He gave a slight smile, obviously proud of his secret entrance, and beckoned them to follow.

Bit's optics adjusted quickly to the darkness and he started taking stock of where Teelo was leading them.  They were descending down a long hall that went past this level of Nar Shadda into another level entirely, hiding the true scale of Teelo's Hut to any passerby. A low, warm mist exuded from recessed pipes in the walls that made the entire hallway smell like a marsh. Coram wrinkled his nose at the pungent smell, making Bit both thankful and a Bit envious at his lack of the sense. The Hutt led them through the dank corridor before they came to an opening that could very well encompass half of the city block beneath Teelo's Hut.

The opening had vast shelves of weaponry, armor, spices, and all other kinds of illegal trinkets that lined the entire left side of the complex. To the right were stalls filled with more specialty items, though the room was devoid of any vendors or other beings browsing the wide selection. Along the far end were a string of cages with a large pit in front of them. It didn't take a genius to figure out what this place was, and Bit was more than a Bit apprehensive to even be here; a black market trading hub.

Bit shuddered in the Force. While he himself was not organic, he could sense the presences of a few life forms with the dull glow of rudimentary sentience in the cages on the far wall. "What are the cages for?" he asked Teelo, who had been expounding on several 'Jedi relics' on a shelf that any Jedi could tell were obvious fakes.

The bloated Hutt turned to look at Bit, "Mostly beasts of burden with a few, uh, big-game species from the reserves on Gamorr."

"Would you mind if I..." Bit let the sentence trail off.

"Of course, look through whatever garners your interest. I've closed the market to all but you, Jedi friends." He turned back to the other two, and resumed his discussion on the 'genuine' Dai-Bendu holocron he was holding.

Bit moved over to the cages and inspected the animals within. As the Hutt had said, most of them were simple beasts of burden--kaadus, eopies, even a tauntaun from the recently explored Hoth system--with a few more dangerous nexu, sand panthers, and gundarks mixed in.

Bit examined the specimens, noting that they were being kept in relatively good care, all things considered, when he felt a presence reach out and touch him in the Force. It was a curious touch, one from a being who seemed confused by his Force presence more than aggressive or wary.

Bit turned towards the being and found himself drawn to one of the cages. Inside was another beast, though one he had never seen before. It was a very dark shade of blue, with fine hairs covering it's lithe form, and a stump of a tail. It was lying on a pile of hay for bedding, but looked up at him as he neared. Bit could easily tell it was a predatory species. The long snout for tracking, attentive ears, and razor sharp claws and fangs made sure of that, but it also showed what felt like an affinity to the Force. Bit reflexively took a step back, shocked that such a creature could have an affinity to the Force.

He was so enthralled by the animal's curious nature that he was startled when a blubbery hand slapped his shoulder, "I see you have found my prized creature among the lot," said Teelo, sliding up next to the Shard.

"What is it?" Bit managed.

"A vornskr, native to the forbidden planet, Myrkr. A predator that hunts it's prey using the Force, so I'm told." The Hutt explained as the other two Jedi came over to see. "I could be persuaded to part with it. The tail has been removed, making it easier to tame, though sadly, I've never been able to.” Giving a sideways glance at the obviously-interested Shard, Teelo pressed, “Maybe a being with similar connections to the unseen Force would have better luck."

"How much?" The words sputtered out of Bit's vocabulator before he realized he had uttered the words. For some reason he felt a certain connection to the animal. A bond that he could quite literally feel through the Force.

"Bit," Coram whispered, "do we really have time for this?"

Bit turned to look at the Cathar, and Nokturne beside him. "I can't explain it, but this creature...I can feel something about it; that the Force brought us here to it."

Coram rolled his eyes, but Nokturne nodded, "I agree with Bit. If anything, such a rare creature should not be left in this state. We can present it to the council at the very least.”

Bit turned back to Teelo the Hutt, who had produced a datapad from his satchel, and was busy tabulating. The Hutt gave a satisfied belch, then smiled at him, "I would normally ask for a tidy sum for a rare and sought-after creature such as this. However, it is yours for no more than two thousand credits and a single favor from you; to be redeemed at a later time of course."

"A favor?" Coram blurted, "Why a favor?"

Teelo held out his datapad for Bit to sign, "Many things in the galaxy are of value," he gave a slow, wide smile as Bit signed the datapad and handed it back, "but none are more sought-after than a favor from a Jeedai."
The second chapter in the epic saga of three young padawans. In this chapter, their quest to construct their first lightsabers takes them to Nar Shadda; the galaxy's largest garage sale. They also meet up with a pretty knowledgeable Hutt who seems all too keen to help them...for a price.

Once again this is based on the campaign I ran for a close group of friends for pretty much my entire time in college. It was through these years that the players grew quite attached to the characters, and resulted in what I am proud to say is my greatest work as a GM yet.

Bit Hantoff (c) Trinity-Dragon
Coram Deo (c) :devfantom-x:
Nokturne, Teelo (c) me!

Chapter 1: riptor25.deviantart.com/art/ST…
A story featuring Teelo the Hutt: riptor25.deviantart.com/art/ST…
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Acrylic | Canvas Board | 24 x 18 inches
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It's been quite some time since I last wore Darth Talon.

Those who remember this costume may also remember that I wore her with a lycra suit. I've always felt a little insecure with showing too much skin, and the zentai was a good compromise on that. However, this weekend at LFCC, I decided to test my boundaries. So, armed with some rubbish snazaroo and a big can of hairspray, I went to the con.

I was VERY lucky to have a lovely lady called Kyrie, who is a tattooist and makeup artist, help me immesely with the bodypainting. Despite working with Snazaroo (which I hate), she managed to get it on reasonably evenly, and her work on the black tattooing was perfect! She followed me most of the day to keep an eye on the paintwork, touching it up as needed.

The result.... was this! I have NEVER felt better about my body than I did when wearing this. Thanks to Kyrie's patience and skill with makeup, and Darren Rowley's wonderful photography skills, I felt amazing all day. I am still amazed that I wore it without the suit, and even more amazed at how happy I felt walking around in so little!

So yes, this has been my most daring, and now possibly my most loved, costume to date!

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Photography by Darren Rowley www.lightanddarkfragments.com , with a little editing by me on the saber and headpiece.
Headpiece by Twi'lek Pam, painted by me.
Makeup by Kyrie
Costume by me
Lightsaber borrowed from my friend Martin.
Encouragement to actually DO this costume from TealPirate, RagemoreRoberts and BloodSpiderX
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This picture was snapped by the wonderful Kurnikoff! He has a FB page here with more of this series of photos: www.facebook.com/kurnikoff

Each costume was made by it's respective wearer. My bodypaint was done for me by a wonderful friend.

Darth Talon: Myself
Sith : *BloodSpiderX
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Photography by the wonderful Aaron Charlton! See more cosplay photography on his Facebook page: www.facebook.com/AJCharlton.Ph…

This is one of the few back shots of the costume, so I thought I'd share it with you all :)
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Please visit kurnikoff.com on teh interwebs or on Facebook for more of this awesome series of Sith photos!

Photography by Kurnikoff. All costumes by their respective owners.
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A "return of the Jedi publicity still converted to wallpaper, I kept Leia & the tree stump but replaced the background with another woodland scene after enlarging & enhancing.

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This picture is about "what if" luke and leia's adoption places had been switched. Luke wouldn't have his simple life as a farm boy, and he wouldn't have become a jedi first. Luke would have taken Leia's position. Prince Luke Organa of The Royal House of Alderaan. Leia wouldn't have become the Princess, she would have become a simple farmgirl, and become a Jedi first.
Personally i think this is a fantastic idea! i wish DarkHorse* would make a graphic novel for this one!!:pray:
ANYWAY! :XD: I had such a fun time with this picture! it was defiantly a challenge trying to figure out how to do the shading, but i figured it out well! (i think)
The back ground i also had fun with. i hope it looks ok, i tried to make it look eery like in the movies. :boogie:
The shading on the other hand... I'm not happy with the way it blended. Its not soft enough... but... i can't et it to go any softer w/o "killing" the picture. :chainsaw:
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Leia's... Padawan outfit? Whatever it is she wears it in Heir to the Empire and damn she looks good in it. Did a quick sketch for a friend.
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This pic is a little more "pin-up" than I usually do, but I'm really fond of it :D
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My simple view for Princess Leia as an Jedi Knight :)
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UPDATED PICTURE:    just wanted to make some adjustments to their faces.
"Calm down Princess, I saved you"
I guess Leia is mad because she doesn't like being picked up like that.




Leia Organa and Mara Jade (c) Lucasfilm ltd.
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Powerful Birrin societies have engaged in space exploration and exploitation for decades, constructing a number of orbital facilities, satellites, and launching several manned interplanetary missions. The critical orbital systems, with their relay of radio and television data, climate monitoring, GPS signal transmission and global defence, form an expensive and vulnerable investment by the major houses.

Maintenance of these systems, and the manning of interplanetary vehicles, is undertaken by a politically independent astronaut corps funded by an investment pool of nations and organisations with interests in space. Paid well, the corps construct, salvage and decommission orbital objects on a contract basis.

Seen here, a technician sets to work repairing damaged internal systems on an orbital antennae. The large impact-hardened diagnostic package has been integrated with the antennas' interface to root out faulty code or hardware for repair or replacement.
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The Birrin are a sentient hexapod (six limbed) species from a planet approximately the size of Venus. This individual, gaudily attired, lives (and sometimes works) in the tropical regions of their world, bordering the uninhabitably hot equatorial zone many birrin call the 'Kiln'. Low employment, high temperatures and generally harsh conditions mean that narcotic use is high among many of the population here. This birrin, after ending a work cycle and with no further hive duties, uses and deals in most of the local low end narcotics. The three clasped in the beak offer an enjoyable combination of flavours when partaken together. Other mixes are stored in plain view under a strap on the head for sale or later use. As there is no substance control in this region, they can be shown in plain sight. Potentially quite profitable, this individual has found much use for the money brought its way through the sale of longneck cigarettes. Either through trade or purchase, he has adorned himself with plenty of flaunted accessories, include a wrist mounted multimedia device, which feeds headphone cables to the auditory receptors at the tip of the upper two eyestalks; the device was likely traded illegally, or purchased from a wholesale shipment moving from the deep water docks on its way inland. Completing his accoutrements are an old cigarette lighter, a wallet strapped to the forearm, and a few rolls of personally selected drugs to his personal taste bound to his neck.
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To see how I painted this creature, head over to Pheonix Atelier and sign up! I shall be instructing a class there from the 21st of October in creature design.

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The kyrabilli are a sentient hexapodal species about four and a half feet high, living on a small, warm world orbiting a slow burning star.

Although now technologically advanced, the kyrabilli evolved as environmental specialists who hunted for both animal and plant food across the extensive moss-like forest floors of their subtropical home. This soft sponge-like substrate played a key role in the evolution of the kyrabilli and their unusual needle like feet: The thin tips, unable to support themselves on the moss, sink into it several inches and are stopped from slipping deeper by a ring of tough, fibrous hairs. This provides some extra traction, but more importantly allows the thin and highly sensitive tips to detect vibrations passing through the denser ground beneath. By sensing the substrate in this way the kyrabilli can detect large creatures moving a considerable distance away while also communicating with one another via rhythmic vibrations through the ground. As their evolution progressed towards more complex intelligence, entire long range conversations could be carried on this way and thus the groundwork was laid for co-operative hunting and intertribal communication.

Whilst their stable environment made thermoregulation largely unnecessary, the kyrabilli are able to maintain an elevated body temperature when necessary by concentrating warm blood near the central organs and withdrawing it from the long slender limbs. Weather falling outside of their range of tolerance was met by moss matt shelters and communal huddling until the discovery of fire and limited clothing.

Sensory input comes from several highly specialised organs and is dominated by sight. Two stalked and densely packed compound eyes extend from the front of the head, below which hang sensitive olfactory organs to detect scents and changes in humidity. In keeping with their well-developed vibration detection abilities, their hearing is acute and is mediated through mobile ears at the tip of the abdomen.

As omnivores, the kyrabilli possess mouthparts and manipulators of a generalised and adaptable design. The arms, derived from the lips, lack a solid skeleton and collect fruits or carry weapons for subduing small prey. Equipped with their own basic sense of taste, these arms pass food up the mouth that lies between them.

Their most critical adaptation, however, may be their linguistic abilities which encompass visual, aural and infrasonic components. Various configurations of the limbs and body reveal the colourful blue patches on the legs and abdomen, the different combinations conveying meaning and intent. Sound is generated through a combination of stridulation using the rough inner surfaces of the arms, and air expelled and modulated through the twin breathing spiracles on either side of the abdomen. Dramatic punctuation and long range communication can be supplemented by beating on the substrate.

Currently a technologically advanced and relatively peaceful people, the kyrabilli have developed sustainable high density agriculture and their population continues to grow.
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Watermark was removed. But please do not use this without permission- I worked hard to color it

Photo Colorized by me! I am pretty sure the girl on the right is Roza Shanina.
The girls that fought for the USSR in WW2 were awesome okay I love them

This took quite a long time, around an hour and a half perhaps. It's either my second or third real attempt at colorizing a historical photo. :la: Used a different technique (layer masking, instead of what I did before- using a multiply layer to add color). It's very time consuming because each color in this had to be done on a separate layer.
I would make a tutorial for how to do this, but there are plenty of good ones you can find on Google.

Expect more colorized historical photos!

Original black and white photo vasi.net/uploads/podbor/Velika…

not sure what category to put this in so it's in the photomanipulation category it's an edited photo so... i'm dumb
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iOS 8 Style Flower Mod Wallpapers for:

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hm....something different...nothing much to say about this...just look at the pic and follow the sentences and you will feel tennis from the viewers corner...:D :D




Fullview please!!!!!!! :D
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Tennis
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Let us be free... We are all with you Charlie.

Je suis Charlie.
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A local view.
Nikon D5300.

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Overgrown by Aenea-Jones Autumn Pearls by Aenea-Jones Red Path by Aenea-Jones In Hiding by Aenea-Jones Before Sunset by Aenea-Jones Trees Ahead by Aenea-Jones
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Marilyn Monroe
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Tools: Color Pencils
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drawing and coloring in photoshop .
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Marilyn Monroe is so dang pretty :love:


WIPs can be found at my facebook page.

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Christopher Eccleston. The 9th Doctor. 2005.
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Speed paint / study of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) from 'The Avanegers' that took 4 hours. 

I've never done one of these before and I think it was just luck that it turned out ok. Photo-realism still isn't something I really like, but this was fun practice - I had to try really hard not to let myself get carried away detailing. 

Hope you all like her
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Fan art of sexyBlack widow :D
It was really fun doing it.
hope you like it!!!
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Travel posters
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The last of three new Delilah Dirk "Travel Posters."
Previously: Verdant Enlgand [link] and Portugal Walking Tours [link]
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I have a renewed interest in Star Wars.

Please forgive me, but I had to replace my original image. Leia was looking overly matronly, and my attempt to simplify shapes screwed up her hair.
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A tribute to my first job in comics---Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron.
I started this as a challenge to myself to see how I would draw it now if given the job, versus how I drew it back in the day when I could barely hold a pencil.
I ended up having a lot of fun with it.
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Just a card I made for my friend and fellow artist's birthday ^^ :iconjotun-eira:
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James Potter
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Fresh metro tamplate playing with wide range of colors combined with decent typography offers perfect presentation of individual or company.
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watercolor on paper, and dry pastels, it's very heavy watercolor, cause that building looks pretty old and heavy too:)  42x56cm
hope you like it a little bit :*

and something NEW! my mum's and mine architectural facebook: www.facebook.com/architekci.km…


my other works:
Venezia by takmaj Sunset in Rome by takmaj Praha by takmajBrooklyn Bridge by takmajLecce by takmajSaint Petersburg by takmajWinter in Paris by takmaj

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After about 30 requests from You Guys, I decided to finally paint the Cinderella Castle :) Today I feel terrible, look like a Rudolph reindeer, with my red runny nose, so I decided to paint something pleasant for an entertainment. I like Disney very much, I watched every single movie, and this is my first Fanart of Disney. I truly hope you like it a little bit:*
watercolor on paper, and dry pastels,  42x56cm
my other works:
Venezia by takmaj Sunset in Rome by takmaj Praha by takmajBrooklyn Bridge by takmajLecce by takmajSaint Petersburg by takmaj Winter in Paris by takmaj
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