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Greetings everyone this week I thought I'd start something different. Something I had planned for a long time but either hard-drive failures and wipes messed it up or time was against me.
This is a new series for the line art concept art that I have seen. There hasn't been much love for any of the sketch and lined concept art out there in wallpapers so I thought I'd start making them.
This image was cropped out of a picture originally posted here. The background is a stock image created by Struckdumb over on deviantART.
Please let me know what you guys think of this piece. I like to try new things here and there and I feel it was time. I tried to digitally paint this guy a couple times but I lost the file in the previously mentioned hard-drive crashes. The 4:3 ratio wallpaper will be finished soon.
Thanks again and please enjoy; I'll see you next week!
Original Art (C)Blizzard and The original Artist
Sketchbook Series Concept idea by me.
Created, edited and finished with:
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Cleaned up in:
Corel Photo-paint 8 w/ Alienware Eyecandy 4000
So cute! But it feels a little empty. I think that it would be sweet if he was moved a bit to make some space for his background lore (not any atm, of course). It would make it look like some old scroll written to preserve information about him.
I didn't think about that before thanks for the idea. I have plans for this series, and plan on having a lot of fun with it. Apprecate the comment.
As you can see, he looks like the complete fat ass at the party that is hanging out at the food table, snarfing down anything he can reach when nobody is looking. Could you replace the weapons with a Knife and Fork alternative with him wearing a big bib?
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