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Lots of Ink, lots of time...

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5.00 / 5.00

Date
03/30/2010
Category
Illustration
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2324 x 1538 px
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4.7 mb
Tags
sun
gun
helicopter
escape

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Author Comments

This is one of those sketches I just make up off the top of my head. Everything here is done from memory. I just randomly decided to draw another one of my scenes where two guys on a motor bikes (or in this case; motor-trikes) get chased by something in the sky, but this time decided to add a lot more effort. There isn't really any background plot or meaning to this, that's entirely up to you to think of.

This was hours of simply sketching in black pen, infact hardly any of it was mapped out in pencil first which would explain why some parts seem a little random. Unfortunately, due to the spine of my sketchbook lifting up the edge, the top of the picture is blurred, and there isn't much I can do about it.

The sunset vista background was mainly inspired by some of the sights in Crysis in the evening, I like the high contrast you get between shadows and lit surfaces, so I had a go at drawing it.

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rednikaiaGrednikaiaG

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 15, 2010

I don't think one can truly. . .

get the taste for JUST how detailed this sketch is, unless you look at it closely in it's FULL version. I just LOVE the graphic novel sketchiness it has, MMP.

It brings a few memories to my mind whether that be because of it's content or style. I think of my Popz riding free and easy, solo and no particular place bound on the weekends. I remember how much I used to read Hunter S. Thompson books and I once again appreciate Frank Miller and his work.

Nice work, MMP. Immaculate details, fabulous stylings, and it sounds like you got plenty of thinking cap time whilst you were sketching too. So, that's ALWAYS a win-win situation. Until next time, Mate. . .
...............Take care, be good and remember,
"A word to the wise is infuriating".period
<3:(Gaia:)