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  1. Wow. This is some pretty badass stuff. A while ago I was considering trying to submit designs to threadless, but I couldn't think of any ideas that i thought were "original" and that i could "pull off well" enough to follow through on. In your first post, I counted 16 or 17 different designs. Of all those, how many got accepted into threadless and that other website (that i seem to remember you mentioning)? how much money do you make on a monthly basis? Honestly, I didn't even read all the text in the first post, because I was a little preoccupied by the brilliant designs, so I'm sorry if all these questions have already been addressed. Also, on a slightly unrelated note, I remember a few years ago I considered you a legend after did that pixel, and then made a tutorial about it. Its really cool that you still come around here, and its inspiring to see someone with the same artistic roots in runescape who has really expanded their mediums and is now in the real art field, as i hope to do.
  2. I don't know what the rules of this forum are, but I personally frown upon sprite recolors and edits, because it doesnt require much effort, and in the end, I personally don't believe its really your work. Perhaps try creating something of your own, and posting it here for critique?
  4. i get high, and then rule the world
  5. in my world they can. ill make you a flying rooster tomorrow, if im feeling up to it... haha
  6. oh. thats a [bleep].
  7. actually, i have to give credit on the legs. i based that exercise on this perticular image by: ndchristie http://www.wayofthepixel.net/pixelation ... 6#msg97296
  8. 99 weed-smoke skill ftw! the trick to adding depth to pixels is to desaturate your colors as they get further into the distance. the forground should maintain high saturation and brighter lumanance, and the background should gradually get darker and less saturated. if you sketch in some details and block in some color shades, ill do a color edit to demonstrate :) and on the digipainting, bigger brush with lower opaquency on a big canvass, and scale it down after your finished i wouldnt even touch the smear/blur tool at all ;)
  9. sketches, for those interested: in the spirit of harry potter http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/3038/img3729y.jpg leg studies http://img376.imageshack.us/img376/7083/img3727.jpg more buuuuuuuuuuuull[cabbage] http://img265.imageshack.us/img265/281/img3728.jpg and this fat dragon smoking a blunttt http://img187.imageshack.us/img187/2986/img3730.jpg
  10. honestly, pirate it first. learn how it works, and then if you decide you like it and want to invest your time into perfecting your knowledge of it, then purchase it.
  11. i dont classify myself as a specific type of artist, i just consider myself an artist, and apply certain ideas to my work :/
  12. facial expressions and hands are the two most definitive sources of emotion in a human, so i practice giving my art a real depth by expressing what my subject is feeling through posture.
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