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4.70 / 5.00

Oct 27, 2009 | 6:17 PM EDT
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Another one...working towards 113...I'll start counting when I hit higher numbers...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh man, this is just the cutest! 13/5 stars!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

the shading. . .

Is awesome! Beautiful pencil work, and the use of negative space really gives it the perfect atmosphere. Hope to see more work form you.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty sick.

I like your style man, the design is awesome, looking forward to more of your work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is very dark, and original, I never saw a drawing similar to this one. The contrast and the details are awesome. I'm very happy to see some people drawing in traditional ways, like me. :)
How much time did this take to draw?

turma13 responds:

hmm...don't remember...I dun really register time very much when I draw. It was a sketchbook piece though, so it didn't take too long, but still fun as hell to do.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

you know what,

People have gotten so good with photoshop thati can't tell the difference between scanned pictures and pictures created on the computer. This LOOKS like it was scanned, but i don't know, you gotta tell me.

in any case, this does not do the real life art justice, the detail is just AMAZING. i have a 22 inch monitor and i'm getting really close to it in order to see the detail of this. BRAVO.. honestly, if this was made with actual charcoal i would pay for your pieces, that is if i had a source of income.

REALly good job. eerie and the lighting is great. high five.

turma13 responds:

it was drawn in mechanical pencil/ graphite--scanned into the computer, and I knocked up the contrast a bit because graphite doesn't show up very dark on the scanner. But yes, I work with charcoal, graphite, acrylic paint, oil paint (rarely), colored pencil, pastel, and sometimes's all good fun, but I still like drawing w/ pencil/paper the most after all this time.