Hulkiture

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by lordmesa, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. lordmesa Registered

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    Hey all, planning on getting into caricaturing for extra moolah, here's my first practice one...

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  2. The Avatar Registered

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    that's really good!
     
  3. Leto Atrides Guest

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    Are you doing all of the caricatures on computer, or did you just color this one? Very cool in either case.
     
  4. lordmesa Registered

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    I sketch out the face in photoshop and bring it into illustrator for the body and the coloring:)
     
  5. doommachine Amazing Bob first-class

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    That's really cool. You could have like a body-catlogue and then just stick people's faces on. Then you could charge extra for a custom body.

    Actually, forget I said that. I should start doing this...
     
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    That is SO cool.

    Post more!
     
  7. zedin1 art boy

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    Great and unique!
     
  8. Wilhelm-Scream Registered

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    hahaha, nice veins.
     
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    Well, quite simply, this must expand into the whole Marvel Universe.

    Orrrr... just go Hulk and She-Hulk, I guess. ;)
     
  10. ComicChick I Work Too Much

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    really cool. that's really good.
     
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    It reminds me of, back when I was a kid in the late 70's early 80's, you'd see a lot of magazine covers, etc. where they'd make pictures with folded and scored cardboard/construction paper for a 3D effect. Can't find any examples, but it looked a lot like that, only the shadows were real.

    Weird, that's like an art form that totally died out.
     

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