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-Earthmovers-

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So, yeah. Just gonna post some of my works in here.

Those 2 are Earth Movers. They move loads of Earth to another place for a living. They take shifts; The one moves the Earth in the morning and the other for the evening.
I don't know why I drew this, but I just felt like drawing something cute that is doing impossible things. Also, practicing some illustration drawing skills for my college uses. ^_^

Took me 8 hours to draw this. I used 0.3-0.4 Signpen for the line-art and details and the 0.5 Gelpen for the thick outlines and pools of black.

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>_<

good work, love the style.



Rockin'... literally.

Great drawing. the shading is the defining part of the drawing, and the whole idea in general is interesting.

Overall, it's basic. But, unlike so many others, that's what makes it shine.



Behold the Earth Movers! Bow down! xP

They're cute AND they can pick up huge chunks of land....
Genious! Great!
>.> need one at home... xP
That is the best drawn dirt i've ever seen, and that means alot, well for me anyways... ^w^ Love the shading as well...
Good job!


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Wow...

Truly wonderful worksmenship. And the concept is really good too. Only thing that I don't really like is the fact that you have all these wonderful shadows and you didn't put one under the Mover at the bottom. Kinda leaves the image floating in space.

Other than that, this is just amazing.


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megawolf77
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Jun 21, 2009 | 11:46 AM EDT
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