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RyugaSSJ3 Featured By Owner May 22, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Hot dang..
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madamarvel Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2008
wow your art scare me!!!:)
veny nice keep posting in visualart.ro
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XaDu Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2008
Thank you, glad I managed to achieve my goal. :D
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torokun Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2008  Professional General Artist
NICE!
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XaDu Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2008
Thank you.. :D
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STTestament Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2008
I'm wondering... how do you achieve such thin lines? I can never get my lineart to look as stylized as these ones :(

Is it the pencil? or is it the size of the paper? Either way, it looks really good.

Greetings from MAHQ, by the way :D
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XaDu Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2008
Regular sharpened pencil on normal A4 paper ( cause thats the scanner size )
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StarBomber109 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2008
Nice! I like it! The design is solid at least (though, donno if you could make a "scavanger" mortar headd...
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XaDu Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2008
Well, by scavenger i wanted to say it has no affiliation with no nation since if it was from a specific nation it would have to have that nation's specific design/emblems, so for a lack of a better word. :stupidme:
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StarBomber109 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2008
lol, I know the feeling.
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Hwanggeum-Yong Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2008
Actually... it only took me ten minutes to clear up the sketch lines...

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It can be done! First I set the contrast on your drawing to fifty and the brightness to eighteen. Then I cleaned up all of five scuffmarks/extra lines on the outside of the figure. Then I posterized it. Then I... played around and wasted time. But it was fun. =P
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XaDu Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2008
Thanks for the effort, I'll try myself and see what comes out, all the details i draw come and bite me in the end as I will try to color it, the horror! :cowtwo:
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Hwanggeum-Yong Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2008
Honestly, the linework itself is so beautiful I don't think coloring is necessary. Just strengthen the lines and make it look professional. Cuz if you tried coloring this, I think it wouldn't look as great... unless you have mad vectoring skills. :P
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Hwanggeum-Yong Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2008
You know... this being pencil -- though it's well drawn and beautifully detailed (as always) -- it's basically an un-inked drawing, so it's not likely to catch people's eye when it's just a thumbnail. If you fooled around with the contrast etc. in Photoshop you could probably make it stand out a lot more and get more people to notice it. Just a thought. :)
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XaDu Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2008
Thanks alot for the comment, yes I know most un-shaded pencil drawings look the same as thumbnails (dull), I tried adjusting the levels but it brought up tiny sketch lines all over and would be a real pain to clear all of them. My best bet is to try and color it somehow. :confused:
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Hwanggeum-Yong Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2008
Actually... it only took me ten minutes to clear up the sketch lines...

[link]

It can be done! First I set the contrast on your drawing to fifty and the brightness to eighteen. Then I cleaned up all of five scuffmarks/extra lines on the outside of the figure. Then I posterized it. Then I... played around and wasted time. But it was fun. =P
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