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Halo: Olive-Drab

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The first drawing that I've actually finished in Photoshop. This was made with a mouse.

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Notbad

And here we are with some artwork may it be old or new you can never go wrong with imagination and thats what we start off here. Aww cant ever forget halo as that was part of my gaming world, While this is an older art piece it still cameout decent maybe a bigger canvus for more of the detail to flow though, And I would even think about adding a "GLOW" to the visor screen to give it that extra buff. Now As I wind down on this piece of art I just want to say this was actually a decent piece, some extra added effects would be nice but overall its decent.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Well what can I say art is not so easy to review but I think I did find a few things we could work at or add in, here is what I came up with. Maybe some glow in the helm or visor, and maybe adding a larger canvus view for more details to show up.

~X~

Very nice artwork. Great job using a mouse.

U DRAWED IT WITH A MOUSE???!!!?

there is no way you drew this with a mouse, you painted it or your a god. :O

I can't believe it!

i can't believe you did everything with a mouse!!!

good job

looks really good. im not going to critique your work as it is way better than anything i could do! lol

Tommy-Gun responds:

Thanks!

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Uploaded
Jun 17, 2009
4:31 PM EDT
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290 x 350 px
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