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Robot Flight

Posted on Monday, August 29th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

I love it!

I think the perspective on this one is some of my best so far. The lines are clean and accented (though I think I am still going to buy this set of thin markers ... I want more detail!), and I love the look.

I think the hands turned out more leather glove-like than I really wanted, but the feet and head are pretty much what I wanted. The only really issue with this one is that the arms are blocking any kind of hero face shot. O well.

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