VCL Mirrors: Main, Orcas. Frames On, Off.
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600x407 57859 bytes 2004.08.03
Initially, I had wanted to put him on top of a text book, but as I am not in school at the moment, no particular subject is the bane of my existance...\r\n\r\nDrawn with a mechanical pencil and PrismaColour markers on standard computer paper. A Japanese drawing book (the English translated version of which is called <i>How to Drawn Manga Men</i> >> ISBN4-7661-1030-7) was used as a reference. The shading and background were added with with Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE via a Wacom Graphire tablet.
382x550 26597 bytes 2004.08.03
A rat boy drawn for my friend, abortabort (right after I got back from Toronto; hence, the Roots t-shirt).\r\n\r\nDone on a medium tooth sketch pad with a mechanical pencil, a fine point Sharpie marker, and coloured pencils of various make (PrismaColour, Crayola, and Pure). No references used.
385x600 49640 bytes 2004.08.03
What I would look like were I a penguin.\r\n\r\nDrawn with a mechanical pencil and PrismaColour markers, then scanned and background-ed in Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE via Wacom Graphire tablet. No reference used.
263x600 38570 bytes 2004.08.04
Julian "Silver Bullet" Randolph (named thus because he was once mistaken for a werewolf and shot with a silver bullet) is not a morning perso- er... wolf.\r\n\r\nDrawn in a medium tooth sketch pad with a mechanical pencil, fine point Sharpie marker, and PrismaColour pencils. No references used.
381x600 63993 bytes 2004.08.12
Based on two plushies that I possess (from Wild Republic - hense the exaggerated limbs). Hasani is all about hugs, but Vulpes is having NONE of that nonsense.\r\n\r\nDrawn in a medium tooth sketch pad, with a mechanical pencil, black fineline Sharpie marker, and PrismaColour pencils. No references used.
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