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This is awesome! I love the idea!
That looks amazing!!
My hair looks the same without washing it.... *nod*
Is it possible to purchase a "signed" print of this from you directly as a Christmas gift for my brother?
hmm! good job, i wonder what you did this on?
That is absolutely amazing. Your coloring is breathtaking.
these original, creative pieces are spectacular! And bet you're tired of me flooding your pics with comments, but I can't stop going through your gallery! AMAZING!
Amazing! I fell in love with this work! I could watch it all day *___*
So much beautiful, so much AWESOMENESS! I love it!
This is just flat out awesome!
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This is just insane work!!! Amazing! I'm a big fan
This is just so freaking amazing! *.*
nice job! *thumbsup*
Your art is amazing. This is probably one of my favorites.
This is beautiful!
really like this ,, everytime I look on DA , I see more & more great stuff..
dude i have just looked into getting this beautful shot on a hoodie from your site! that is so cool!
My jaw just hit the floor. WOW! I LOVE THIS! Words can hardly describe my adoration or it's beauty. I feel so inspired.
I love this, this mix of colours, her expression...everything about it!!!! Amazing!!!
Beyond creative! A visual treat that leads the eye in a rotating motion: beautiful final rendering.
Wow, this is so imaginative! I've always loved rainbows, and you turning a rainbow into a person drawing herself....clever.
This is a very lovely piece. Very well done.
Colors always get my votes
how do you color a grayscale image ?
This video is in three parts (three separate videos). It starts with the sketch, going to grayscale, and then coloring it.
It isn't really a tutorial like: do this, then this, then this...
He tells and shows you what he does, and you can draw your own conclusions on what you want to do from there.
He is using Corel Painter, even if you don't have it, the same effect can be achieved in other programs, you will just have to mess around with the brushes and properties of them first.
I hope this helped at least a little bit!
This is a wonderful work! *WWW*