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IF : Detach

Posted on Saturday, August 16th, 2008 under Sketches | No comments


IF : Detach (uploaded by DRA Studio)

Here is my new entry for the Illustration Friday theme of “detach”. The line work and details are a bit more stringy and rigid from my usual rounded and smooth work, but this time around, I gave even more control to the pen I was using and let it do what it would. Since it was a muddled ballpoint ink pen, it kinda lost and regained its flow pretty inconsistently. I think it made for a pretty fun piece.

There is a tad little pencil shading in there too, just for hay’s sake. ;)

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