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Tormented One (2nd Phase)

Tormented One (2nd Phase)

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, '12, 6:42 am 
So this here is a sketch I did while I was bored a day ago. I may colour it soon, I’m actually hoping to get some water colour paints in the near future to complete a drawing I did of Alpha, and so I’d like to do that one before I flood this one with colour. We shall see. I’m in the progress of experimenting on painting drawings at the moment (no not with house paint :p). I wasn’t trying for anything perfect with this sketch; I just wanted this idea on paper before my brain lost it.

I also did a write up on some ideas and stuff I had behind this form of Elisa we see here. You can read it here if you so wish.

PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, '12, 12:48 pm 
Ah I'm afraid ! Good style in black and white ! And now I know that she DOESN'T wear a mask !!;)

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, '12, 2:46 am 
Oh goodness!!!! Now that just looks and breathes torment!!!

Good job, Lucas!! :)

I wonder if the fact that you say you were bored when deciding to do this had anything to do with the level of torment factor???

And although I usually like color, I would have to say that black and white is absolutely perfect for this theme, I think.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, '12, 5:41 am 
She’s different to most villains that is for sure. That’s what I wanted something original created by me, but that also strongly relates back to the classic Phantasy Star games ;) a disturbing kind of way.

If I was to colour her in this state I’d be sure to re-draw her; this was a rather rushed sketch. But as I already explained it was just an idea so I didn’t want perfection, think of this as a draft.

I’m glad she freaks you all out; I think I succeeded in that department. :lol:

PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, '12, 12:19 am 
Yikes! With those big things poking out of her back, I can see why she's tormented. :lol: As a rough sketch, this definitely establishes the idea and tones you were going for. I'm curious to see how the painting goes for you. Although using house paint might be an interesting experiment, too... :p

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