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Trying to keep up with my sketchings. Did this last night at 5 am while having some downtime at the hospital.

Not sure why I'm so drawn to the human figure but it's something I enjoy. Even if my anatomy is shit at times haha.

Decided to render it a little more based off of the sketch style of Menton3 which I highly suggest you check out.

He's my new favorite artist!

so whatcha think? Hate it love it?

EDIT: Front Paged already? Thank you very much. It's an honor!

Reviews


Dude, that's an incredible picture! I can see why Daniel Sun liked it so much. It really does seem to be done in his style. The yellow splashes are outright fantastic! You've done so much detail with the muscles. The neck muscles especially seem realistic.

It's so cool for this guy to have wings on his head. His face reminds me of the Madness people. Then again, those faces were based on unfinished sketches, which this might be. Slenderness really does work well in art. It's also a personal preference. Everything is just fantastic!



The back ground really threw me off the 5 stars but I still really like it as it would be.



Im really a big fan of your art. nice shading and drawing style.. keep up the good work! love to see more of you



This reminds me of artwork I'd see on a MTG card >.>



Very great line art. Cool style.


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ShawnCoss
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4.53 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 22, 2012 | 4:52 PM EST
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Illustration
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669 x 1500 px
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877 kb
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