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Steve, Explorer of Mines

Author Comments

I thought I was overdue to make a tribure to the game that's sucked millions of hours of the worlds productivity away from work to punching trees and mining pretend diamonds - totally worth it. Hop you like it!

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holy smokes, I need to watch more "Draw With Jazza", this is....wow.

Also, I love that face! Priceless.


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To draw something like this you need a great imagination of 3d dimensional objects. The worm's-eye view you used is a great choice for a hero pose. Also you used for the shades dark, medium and light tones. I only can see minor perspectives errors. I've seen your speedpaint on youtube and know that you didn't used vanishing point just an imaginary , nevertheless, you notice hardly the perspective errors. For hands-free drawn perspective it's an amazing result and I will give you 5 out of 5 stars. Sorry for bad-english.


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Yeah, I like it! Awesome job with the duck and with the character's face.



Nice job. All your works so far have been really influential...please keep making stuff like this!!!


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I really like how it looks so reallistic, yet it still keeps that minecraft feel.
Really fantastic job jazza. Really great. Personaly i wish yo did that with the back ground,
But there probably wasn't any more you could do. Im not sure.
I'm not really a minecraft fan :p


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Jazza
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871
Score
4.50 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jul 4, 2013 | 7:36 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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1500 x 938 px
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370.7 kb
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