Thread: My own biggest fan? (original works)

    • 10 years 3 months ago
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    No, I'm not really that full of myself. Since other people are doing it, I'll make a thread for pictures that aren't fan art, even though this is a fan art forum. Because this is RetroJunk, I'll start by posting this tribute to the year 1990.

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      That's pretty good. I'm lovin' the color job you did. Do a tribute to the 60's.
      It's my goal to sparta kick all hipsters in the throat....
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        Quote by NinjaTurtleman7005
        That's pretty good. I'm lovin' the color job you did. Do a tribute to the 60's.


        1990, Good year for me- I liked being 8!

        The 60's, No! Turleman that's too retro, He'll break the site! LOL!

        Plus I don't think he has any first hand experience from that decade! Only a few members on here do in fact.
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          awsome colors!
          Mew
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            I didn't draw the picture purely as a tribute to the 1990s. She's a character in a story concept of mine that happens to take place partly during the year 1990. Since I don't have any stories set in the '60s or any real attachment to a decade I wasn't alive for, I'll have to pass on the '60s tribute for now.

            Instead, here is a cat.

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              Here's a self-portrait I did in college



              The original version is life size
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                Good job!

                Its going to sound wierd but aside from that chair the piece has a decidely "medieval" type of look to it for some reason to me.
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                  A charcoal and pastel drawing from college. The model is nude, but it should be Safe For Work because you absolutely can't see any "naughty bits". I'll put it behind a link anyway.

                  http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y271/flamepanther/2003_window.jpg
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                    Nice!

                    Do you prefer the charcoal medium over the others?
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                      Quote by Reaper
                      Nice!

                      Do you prefer the charcoal medium over the others?
                      No, but I'm good at it, and it was required for that class.
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                        I know from personal experience its not the easiest to work in, Impressive.
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                          Quote by Reaper
                          I know from personal experience its not the easiest to work in, Impressive.
                          Thanks! No charcoal isn't the easiest, but the grayscale pastels help a lot with the shading, and it's still a lot easier for me than


                          oil painting.
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                            Still better than I could do. I was always interested in how just a bunch of seeming random splothes or marks can actually resemble something near perfectly when your done. It takes a lot of patience.
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                              wow. I again, the style is just awsome, and the colors go well- great lighting!
                              Mew
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                                Thank you!

                                Now who doesn't like puppies?
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                                  Quote by flamepanther
                                  Quote by Reaper
                                  I know from personal experience its not the easiest to work in, Impressive.
                                  Thanks! No charcoal isn't the easiest, but the grayscale pastels help a lot with the shading, and it's still a lot easier for me than


                                  oil painting.


                                  Stall Life! LOL
                                  [img]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d148/mr3urious/H_3728_42.jpg[/img]

                                  "I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I'm not." -Kurt Cobain
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                                    Ooooh... Me likee the cat drawing
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                                      Quote by flamepanther
                                      Thank you!

                                      Now who doesn't like puppies?


                                      Awwwwww. So cute.

                                      Good pun Mr. 3, You still got it!
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                                        Digging back to 1999, here we have facial tissue boxes floating in some kind of vortex... for some reason.

                                          • 10 years 2 months ago
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                                          Digging through my college portfolio some more, here's another one from 1999.
                                          This time it's a building on campus. I was a freshman that year.
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