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Art of Dirty Fighting - Grappling

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Feb 8, 2017 | 1:19 PM EST
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Illustration
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2360 x 3656 px
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stippling
fight-scene
ink-illustration
dynamic-anatomy

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Done during the days where I was overly enthusiastic about stippling techniques and using them on everything. I wanted to illustrate a concept for a few players in the role playing game I had created called Lupinoss, where I was hearing multiple complaints that a short, four foot Lupinossai could in no way take on a seven foot Lupinossai with just a dagger. I proceeded to demonstrate the novel idea that when you combine close quarters fighting, grappling, very sharp claws and appropriate joint locks, you have a very clear path to your targets jugular. Size isn't everything. This was sketched in pencil then inked, if memory serves me right using Micron .03 and .01 using 18" x 24" paper.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

wonderful composition! I like the use of pointillism for the shading we do not see that much any more, very well done


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CafeCorgi responds:

Thank you! I've shied away from it some since it's been a while since I've just done black and white illustration. I've had over the years, a few say it muddies up the pictures, but I like it as you see it in the old style comics.