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James Hetfield

By BartekLauri
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James Hetfield from MetallicA
Thanks to :iconguardianofshigeru: for beard corrections :)

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Image size
1080x1528px 145.63 KB
Shutter Speed
10/60 second
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Jan 10, 2011, 12:16:46 AM
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roseofnirvana's avatar
This is utterly amazing.
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Thank you so much :)
lucien99's avatar
Perfect gallery!
marrrava's avatar
good one. yay for James \m/
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This piece has been featured in my blog here: [link]
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thank you for that :D
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You are welcome! :excited:
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amaaziiinggg man , i'll probably try to draw it myself !
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thank you and good luck! :)
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You're welcome :D
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thank you so much! :)
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you're welcome! ^^
XTheUnNamedFeelingX's avatar
I find it really hard to get details using the B pencils so I have switched to H, but I guess they are good for the shading right? XD
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H pencils are harder than B, they are useful for bright parts of drawing, and then You should use HB for the middle tones, and after that You have B pencils. Each next number for ex. 2B>3B>4B is more intensive black, which means that you can use it for darker areas. I always use 2B pencil for sketch, because it's soft and You can erase it easily, and then I use 2H pencil for very light skin's parts, after that I use HB as the main color, and then shadows with 2B or 6B if it's very intensive black ;) I hope that I explained You that with no mess and U will understand what I mean ;)
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This is .. there are no words! XD How on earth did you do that? :D Which pencil did you use? I really wanna draw James but I just can't find the right picture to draw from. :)
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