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Erik Relaxing

Erik Relaxing

Erik Relaxing by Jaselin
Erik Relaxing by Jaselin

Description

Description
Jaselin
This is a bit off from what I originally planned (a picture of him with his cat) But I like it.

General Info

General Info
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Category Movies » Phantom of the Opera
Date Submitted
Views 1255
Favorites... 1
Vote Score 1
Comments 5
Media Graphite pencil
Time Taken two hours
Reference none

Comments

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wildrice28 on January 25, 2008, 7:15:27 AM

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wildrice28wow! theres lik sooo much beautiful detail shining in this piece! i luv the calm kinda layed back look of eriks face. and OMG that chair is GORGEOUS! and with that sexy erik in it??? lol guud job! :D

Jaselin on January 27, 2008, 9:27:37 AM

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JaselinI'm glad you like the chair and the picture, thank you for commenting.

Art-Seeker on November 13, 2007, 6:11:45 AM

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Art-SeekerI really liked how you did the details on the chair, it looks pretty good. Just think you should've worked a little more on his hands, they're looking a bit weird. But overall, nice work.

Jaselin on November 16, 2007, 6:25:43 AM

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JaselinYou really liked the chair? thanks it was the first time I'd ever done an object that detailed.

and yeah, I think the hands look kind of weird too, and I erased it about twenty times and redid it trying tp get it right, finally I just left them that way cause I knew they were bad, but I also knew they wouldn't get better, so there ya go.

But thank you very much for he comment, it's very helpful.

Art-Seeker on November 21, 2007, 9:49:45 AM

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Art-SeekerYeah, I understand you; to me, after the eyes and mouth, the most complicated thing to make it look good are the hands. It's SO not nice...
And yes, I liked the chair quite a lot. For a first time on a detailed object, you did well; you have a good sense of perspective too.
And you're welcome for the comment.
By the way, I have some PotO work too. If you want to take a look, feel free to do so.