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Re: Haunted Robot
Ahhhhhhh! So! Much! Love!
All my votes go to this beauty. You two have always been my favorite artists on woot and I miss your guys' entries. When I first read this derby topic, I immediately thought "oh, man, edgar would be perfect for this... oh, wait, remember that old masterpiece robbie/edgar entry of the dreaming robot? That was gorgeous. Ohhh, maaaaan, it would be SO PERFECT if they collab'ed again! Ohmanohmanohman, it would be so nice, I know it would, it would..." AND HERE YOU ARE! I have vast powers of pyscho-astral persuasion, clearly. Huzzah to you both!
I rose in rainy autumn and walked abroad in a shower of all my days.
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Re: Coming alive (2.0)
My only problem with this is the green cloud of "gas" coming from the rear end. I just can't unsee that. Otherwise it is beautiful.
>insert funny quote here<
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Re: Glass of Watercolor
runnerfrog13 wrote:The strokes and imitation of certain watercoloring techniques (after all, not all of us paint the same way) seem pretty correct to me. The only thing that makes me think pastels is the texture, since watercolor tends to blend more smoothly due to water. But as that "texture" is likely due to the halftones, I don't have much idea what you could do about it.
I actually did a physical watercolor painting that had brush strokes much like this, so yeah, it _is_ watercolor-like brush strokes. I think you can get the pebbled effect using almost-dry-brush on charcoal type paper too, but the colors would be dark, unless you mixed with white watercolor paint, which some people think negates it being a 'true' watercolor.
Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.