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Kloxboy (Dec 16, 2004) — edit
So this was going to be Hugo Weaving (I picked him to draw because the photo had good lighting, not because I'm some LOTR junkie) but because I was sleepy and stupid, I drew him from a strange angle. I noticed the face I was drawing was looking strange so I picked up the Hugo photo and put it next to my drawing so I could compare it, well, I discovered that I had totally distorted Hugo's proportions. As well, it looks like Dennis Quaid. Rather than ditch the effort I figured I'd embrace the mess up and make it look like some Weaving/Quiad love child. I wanted to draw much more detail but because Dennis Quid attacked my drawing, I got pissed and stopped. Hopefully next time I'll remember to look at my reference photo at the correct angle.
Kloxboy (Dec 16, 2004)
drawn in 3 hours 8 min
Kloxboy (Dec 16, 2004)
drawn in 3 hours 47 min
WTF! I dunno...
staci (Dec 16, 2004)
i think it definately looks like agent smith, how amazing are you
Dagan (Dec 16, 2004)
Awesome!
spiritdweller (Dec 16, 2004)
whoa... oook.... uh... niiiice draw man
sincity (Dec 16, 2004)
yeah. So do I. I think you did a fine job. As always. Mister Anderson......How good to see you.
bumpinthenight (Dec 16, 2004)
omg... it actually does look like Elrond... Good job! :D But the picture does bare (sp? My mind is crap... Im on WINTER HOLIDAYS NOW :D:D) some resemblance to Dennis Quaid... Freaky... Great job, clox! your realism is freaking cool :D
Anna (Dec 16, 2004)
This looks great. I don't care WHO it looks like. Everything about it is super. The skin tones are incredible. :-) Awesome.
evil_cloud (Dec 16, 2004)
WHOA!!! Hes like saying to me...I found you Mr.Anderson, but in a creepy holiday look (for Mr Smith)

ak.to.v.his.di (Dec 16, 2004)
WOAW! that's an amasing picture! excellent detail and coloration! Sweetness! :P ^_^
staci (Dec 16, 2004)
well since no one has said it yet...WHOA!
kejoco (Dec 16, 2004)
this is awesome but i kind of like version 1 better for some reason
Axil62 (Dec 16, 2004)
fan fucking tastic
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Dec 16, 2004)
You really did "morph" the two into one... quite amazing. Excellent work, regardless of who the baby belongs to. :D
concannon (Dec 16, 2004)
Haha, I love it. Great job. When I first saw it, though, I was kinda reminded of Sam Neill, as well. >> I think it's the mouth that's doing it.
bumpinthenight (Dec 16, 2004)
I see what you've done now... the top half of the face looks like denis' face, but the bottom is Hugo's.... wow... still farking cool :D
Xodiak (Apr 18, 2005)
Haha, this looks great, no matter how it looks compared to the original photo. Grand drawing! >:D
|XOD|
Miss_DJ (Apr 22, 2005)
I knew it was Mr. Anderson right away! An incredible super tribute to this evil character. He looks so real, like he left the Matrix..scary thought...
brenndurdrykkur (Dec 15, 2005)
this is absolutely spectacular
Wraith (Sep 5, 2007)
At first Glance, I thought it was Randy Quaid....LOL!

Nah this looks just like the guy that played Agent Smith. Great stuff. Sorry for late comment.
MelissaMissy (Dec 10, 2007)
This is amazing, how could you sit at a computer for 6 hrs+ and draw this? I am utterly amazed.
dorothyblueeyes (May 24, 2014)
it looks great, wonderful colors and lighting; as to those of you who draw and paint from photos a lot; try real people, and real things,scenes, more often. Photos are great, but they have limitations.You can only draw the picture exactly how iit's shown in the photograph. Real people and objects,& scenery are 3 dimensional, and they are harder to draw, but there is nothing like 3-dimensional REALITY to make you excercise your sight-and-drafting muscles. With 3-dimensional reality, you have to decide how you see the person or object; the lighting,color,sizes, ect.Even the style. This is done for you, often in a photo; not in the real, 3-D object. Before photography, artists had to practice SEEING THE OBJECT right from the start.What are the angles & shapes? What is the composition?How much color, dark, light, or shadow? Proportion? Don't think you can let a photograph decide all that for you, every time. With drawing & painting from reality, you make the choices and judgements, but its well worth the work.
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