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#1 Offline Haecceity Jam

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Posted Nov 25 2013 - 08:50 AM

Maaan, feels like I've been off BZP for a while. 

Anyway, I was messing about with stylistic choices recently and decided to try something a bit different. I wanted to test the style before I actually worked seriously with it, so I decided to try applying it to a Huna. This was the result.

 

 

 

(Yes, that is a thumbnail. A rather large one. Click it.)

 

C&C (and cookies) appreciated. =3


Edited by Haecceity Jam, Apr 29 2015 - 06:58 AM.

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#2 Offline Kimiko Kusanagi

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Posted Nov 25 2013 - 02:37 PM

Very nice technique here. Really conveys a sense of age to me.

I assume the title refers to the Huna as the Mask of Invisibility?


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#3 Offline Haecceity Jam

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Posted Nov 25 2013 - 02:52 PM

 

Very nice technique here. Really conveys a sense of age to me.

I assume the title refers to the Huna as the Mask of Invisibility?

The title refers both to the Huna's power and to the fact that I never got around to sticking the rest of Vakama in the picture. =P

 

Thanks for the compliment. As far as technique goes, I used Inkscape to sketch the Huna, did some brushwork in GIMP, brought it out to a separate program to add more splatters, and stuck it back in GIMP to add detail and work out the colouring. 


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#4 Offline Reyn

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Posted Nov 25 2013 - 03:09 PM

I like what you did with the "watery" effect...gives the pic a mysterious feeling. Good work, got really nothing else to say.


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