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RoboDoodle

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Dec 29, 2014 | 4:00 PM EST
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548 x 717 px
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313.6 kb
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doodle
robo
2005
cyberdevil

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Author Comments

Ever noticed how you can almost make an inked doodle catch light on certain surfaces in such a way that it almost seems to be layer atop the underlying element? It's a pretty cool effect!

Drew this one on a notebook cover ca 2005, it's bigger than it looks.

Reviews


AlgishaloAlgishalo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really cool stuff, you should do more with this unique technique, becouse it is just magnifique ;3. develop this further, you have really got something here...


Cyberdevil responds:

Thanks, I might just give it another try someday, had forgotten all about the uniqueness of this one particular doodle. :)


KrichotomyKrichotomy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hah, what a neat way to add an 'emboss' effect to your drawing. I really like that patter, btw. I mean, I like it a LOT.


Cyberdevil responds:

A groovy way to make a grove! Thanks. :)


DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh yeah ink on reflective surfaces has that cool 3D effect to it, specially if you carve it on the cover of a notebook, that just makes the effect to jump on sight since it is technically already 3D on its own way.


Cyberdevil responds:

Sounds like you've done the same thing! :) I should do this more often, plenty of covers left to color... though most already have a bunch of unnecessary logotypes and lines, no extra room for masterful doodling!