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Jul 13, 2009 | 8:28 AM EDT
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ghost
girl
starcraft
nova
  • Daily 5th Place 07 14, 2009

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LegolaSSLegolaSS

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

some one say starcraft!?

nice work on this one... whats it done with? penicle and charcoal?
anway... like the zerg touches on this one.... the female ghost is very well done and highly detailed... i feel areas in the background have been neglected and your main time was spent on the girl... for example... the wire/cable along the floor isnt great nor well shaded... love how you did the cloaking effect... overall a good job... just needs tiny adjustments to be perfect


Xionscar responds:

Thanks!!

You're totally right.. This needs to be cleaned up a bit, and detailed in certain areas!
I'm not sure I'll go back over this one though... I've since learned how to set pictures up for painting and this would be a pain in the rump, to say the least.

In that, I mean, I don't do as much graphite work these days... mainly focus on digital paintings... :D


BMC45BMC45

Rated 5 / 5 stars

SHWEET!

i see youre an actual starcraft fan. finally, i dont feel like the only fan


Xionscar responds:

w000000t! Starcraft Rocks!

Can NOT wait for SC2!!


TheL1stTheL1st

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i remember

waiting for this game to come out.. and then, it ghosted
stupid since now blizzard has way enough money to make it
as for the art

if you really want this to pop, add more contrast to the character
you have a good sense of light in the area but everyhting looks a little
too similar
so darker darks (on objects not the space its already plenty dark)
and lighter lights


Xionscar responds:

Thanks!

I really appreciate the added perspective to contrast. :)

I did this all in pencil, but then had to go and use the burn tool in PS to make those darks as dark as they are now.. I guess I kinda rushed it.

Thanks again, for the comment. :)