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Artwork Stats
Added: Mar 18, 2002
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Artwork Description

A character from a story that is slowly germinating in my head. she lives in a world of wires and conduits, the tomblike halls and galleries of an advanced supercomputer.

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griffingirl's picture

What a brilliant idea, using the poster snanner to work large! *scribbles notes*

Guest's picture

One word. Awesome.... No, screw that, I need to talk about this. I love the little touches, like the whasitcalled? the scanner lines over the brow? Nice touch! I love that the wires recede into an atmospheric background. Even though this is the "techy" drawing, it's got a cool dreamy quality to it.

regina's picture

Wow...This is really great. Theres a lot of details, it most have taken hours to do this drawing. It's a fantastic drawing. I love the way you made her body.

chimera's picture

A m..mm..month?! *yaw drops open* It really shows you've put a lot of work in it. The structure of the women is so in-cre-dible!!!!!!!!!!!!!..You can actually see through her! I can't believe it, you must some kind of neverending patience! Truely amazed..

icarus's picture

Thank you. I've been working on this sort of theme, and this is the fourth piece to come out of it. Its also the best. The pencil drawing took about a month of intermittent drawing, and once the pencils were done(on vellum, I highly recommend it) I photocopied the drawing on a poster printer onto mi-tiennes paper at about 175% I then took the blown-up version of the already detailed pencil drawing and used white and black colored pencils to give it a little more shape and detail. I'm probably going to go back eventually and give it even more depth- but I think it has a nice effect at this stage too.

Guest's picture

the detail is INCREDIBLE...I'd love to see this in color!

camilkuo's picture

I love the design and a bit scary feeling!

kss's picture

thass kool!

megaflow's picture

What a concept, and the detail is a knockout! how long did this one take?

Art at its best.