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David Bowie Tribute Portrait - Farewell Ziggy Stardust

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"I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring." David Bowie.

Fly safe Stardust....

Process VIdeo here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBkWnqKb724

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Eyes dilate together and according to the eye that is most exposed to light.

rainwalker007 responds:

Thats David Bowie... he is known for these eyes. Its a medical condition called Anisocoria

Spot on! Fantastic!

rainwalker007 responds:

Thank you Anji7 :) glad you liked it

That level of detail is fantastic, I love it!

rainwalker007 responds:

Thank you ^_^ glad u liked it

Very Nice piece! I think it looks amazing! Love the details and the eyes!

Keep doing what you do :)

-EddaThePug

rainwalker007 responds:

Thank you ^_^ i appreciate it

Really amazing! No words! I always find the mouth the hardest part to draw, and you just did a whole goddamn Bowie face! Jesus, give this guy an award!

rainwalker007 responds:

Thank you ^_^ im glad u liked it and i do agree with u about the mouth part it is hard to do.

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