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EverDream (Jan 23, 2005)
First I was just planning on a figure study but it morphed into this. :D I'm very pleased with the way it turned out though I wish I could have spent more time on it if my hand hadn't begun to scream at me. *rubs it* Any way this is a pic for my friend Adele. She's been feeling down lately so I'm trying to cheer her up.

EverDream (Jan 23, 2005)
drawn in 4 hours 31 min
Cordelia_Pink (edited Jan 23, 2005)
oooh!!! I like it, ED!!! He looks shiny and wet, and.... yeah... ok um... What can I say? This is just HOT!! Well, keep up the good work!! Rock on!
IkariIreuL (edited Jan 23, 2005)
That site rocks and your pic too !
pug106 (Jan 23, 2005)
Wow wee this is great!!!
davincipoppalag (Jan 23, 2005)
Yea Lucie.. take a look at ED's gallery..she's somethin' else. Beatiful lighting , depth and movement in this ED.
Cordelia_Pink (Jan 24, 2005)
Dave agrees that this guy looks pretty hot. Eh? XD
two-na (Feb 3, 2005)
in words: This is really trippy, excellent work.
alwaysLearning (Feb 3, 2005)
Oh my goodness! While I can see some rough edges in places, I have trouble figuring out how you created something this impressive in a mere 4+ hours. :) May I ask how long you have been doing this type of artwork? Do you use a model/reference, or was this done completely from your imagination?

If I were to offer one piece of useful critique on this piece, it would be to smooth the edges on the figure's right/viewer's left, because the slightly ragged edge visible in places along the line of the figure's chest and arm seem a little jarring, compared to the beautifully finished look of the rest of the piece. I know you weren't able to finish this piece as desired, but I've seen this problem in a number of other works by a wide range of artists, and it suggests to me that this kind of edge clean-up should be done relatively early in the detailing process, to avoid allowing these problems to linger past the point of initial presentation.

Apart from that relatively minor detail, I really can't think what you might be able to do to make a better piece than this, within the time you had. Heck, I still don't know how you made it *this* good! :) Striking and effective work!
<steps back to join in the general round of applause>
EverDream (Feb 4, 2005)
To:alwaysLearning~ Well lets see....I first found out about oekaki applets at 14...so, I've basically been working with them for almost 7 years. Sometimes I use a model/reference for lighting or positioning and bgs but this one came entirely from imagination. I realize that there are quite a few errors in this pic but I did it on a fluke to re-familiarize myself with the applets after being away for so long. *shrugs* This pic really wasn't supposed to be any masterpiece so I don't think much of it.
LEELEE (Feb 9, 2005)
oh my...who is he? can you hook me up? jk... nice work!
Aubrey (Feb 14, 2005)
That water is too neat, everything is.
Geist (Feb 19, 2005)
This is hot. I like it alot. The water look lovely!
Cordelia_Pink (Feb 19, 2005)
EverDream, you should do more pictures with shirtless guys bathing in the sun. That would be even more fun. *displays a stupid grin* (I really just said that...?) And btw, this is pretty good coming from only your imagination. I mean, I can picture people in my head but I can't exactly be accurate with body structures, faces and all that. lol (Guys with really long hair look pretty darn good, if I say so myself lol)
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