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2nd Nov 01, 7:06 PM
*is blown away* :eek:
Mistar Molo, that is stunning... I knew you were good, but i didn't know you were that good...
Got any more?
2nd Nov 01, 7:18 PM
What did you expect - it's a self-portait after all. :p
it's based on a National Geographic photo of a Lebanese fisherman. still working on it ...
3rd Nov 01, 1:33 AM
damn, somebodys hands are full of lead
3rd Nov 01, 9:57 AM
-eyes pop outta head in cartoon stylee-
3rd Nov 01, 10:54 AM
Ooooo, 'real' art.
Very good. I want to see when you're finished.
What mediums did you use?
I finished it last week, but didn't get to scan it until today. I present to YUO:
Done with a Bic #2 mechanical pencil and a Faber 6B.
15th Nov 01, 7:16 PM
OMG That is leat.
TOO leat. I feel small now. :)
16th Nov 01, 1:05 AM
Extremely well done. You're a true artist. For some reason I like the Unfinished one even more, though that is not to say that the finished one is lesser, it's just the unfinished drawing is more exciting because it's still in progress. Fantastic drawing, if you're not doing this professionally, theres no reason why you shouldn't.
16th Nov 01, 3:18 PM
Hehe he's all squinty.
Nice, damned if I could do anything even remotely close to that.
16th Nov 01, 5:31 PM
ONG! someone's been hiding some mad skillz from us!.
I bend over to you, sir.
Please excuse me, I must go and draw something funky to compete!
16th Nov 01, 6:11 PM
THat pics just incredible... it's almost like the guys all alive and staring at you.
16th Nov 01, 8:53 PM
He looks like he's mad at me. Is that soul?
l337 sketch man. You, sir, are an artist.
17th Nov 01, 2:27 PM
that is friken amazing.
you should sell your work.
Glad you guys think it's so good. I've never really considered myself an 'organic' artist - in the past I've focused on mechanical objects, usually side views. This is possibly the third or fourth portrait-style drawing I've ever done, and I'm amazed it turned out so well. :D
Anyway, if you're interested in a version of the final that's the same size as the first, in-progress one (I shrank the final accidentally) then check it out here (http://gideon.guidestone.com/misc/artwork/fman.large.jpg).
18th Nov 01, 5:53 PM
Quite good. Impressionist, yet realist... I hope to someday be that good. Stick with the portraits and "real" art, I say! :)
Funny, my art teacher said never to use mechanical pencils. shows how much she knows!
18th Nov 01, 6:14 PM
Mr-e-Man - someone who tells you there's a "correct" and "incorrect" way of doing art is an idiot.
19th Nov 01, 3:33 PM
Too true. I'll be sure to correct her on that.:)
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