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American McGee's Alice

American McGee's Alice

American McGee's Alice by Sawyer
American McGee's Alice by Sawyer

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Sawyer
I HAVE THE UPDATED PICTURE IN MY GALLERY NOW!

98% complete. 18x24" Prismacolor Color Pencil drawing. Based on American McGee's Alice!!

The picture is currently 100% complete and being custom framed. I'll get a better shot of it soon. I'll have it back in 2 weeks. (FRAMING COMPLETE)

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Category Games » - by Genre » - Macabre (Horror) games » American McGee's Alice Media Colored Pencil / Crayon
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SwaziGold on November 9, 2010, 10:51:10 AM

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SwaziGoldThat's a very good copy of the video game poster, I like how it's not quite as dark.
http://www.posterrevolution.com/gallery/enlarge.cfm?pic=pix/1/624325f.jpg

safersephiroth on July 2, 2008, 6:10:38 PM

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safersephirothO.O
WONDERFULL!!!
Many details and all!!!!MANY MANY MAAAANY deatils!!!!
Idk how you did this,realy great job
*fav*

Sawyer on July 2, 2008, 6:24:15 PM

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SawyerThanks! detail can be a great thing, but there's something to be said about it. First of all, in reality, the way the human eye sees, only one thing at a time can be seen in full detail (the focal point.) Only a photograph or digital screen can display images in 100% focus at the same time, so truly realistic artworks put full detail on one thing, and then blur out more and more away from it.
Also detail has to do with the size of an image. If you make a really big drawing or painting, you have room for lots of detail. Then if you take a picture of it and post it online, the picture is going to be alot smaller. This will make it look unbelieveably detailed and realistic, but if you saw it in real life, the details would actually look very big and easier to achieve.
I'm not shooting down your comment, or high detail art work. Thank you very much for noticing the details. I just wanted to point something out.

safersephiroth on July 2, 2008, 6:27:50 PM

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safersephirothnp
The only problem it's i have some difficulties to understand,cuze my english is not realy good but i understoung a big part of what you said

Battou on June 25, 2008, 7:43:23 PM

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BattouIs it behind glass...?

Sawyer on June 25, 2008, 7:50:06 PM

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SawyerAh I should mention that it was difficult to photograph. It's not behind glass but the waxy color pencils made a shiny spot no matter what I did. (No flash was used.)
Also u might notice a while square at the top/middle/left. That's an untouched piece I just havnt bothered to fill in yet. I wanna get a frame first. I dunno why..

Battou on June 25, 2008, 7:54:53 PM

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BattouOuch.....I think you are going to have to use some studieo lights with defusers if you want to get a good pic of it....:(

Leen on June 25, 2008, 7:41:51 PM

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Leenthat's kuuuhhhllll!!! <3