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IF : Vacant

Posted on Friday, October 31st, 2008 under Sketches | No comments

IF : Vacant
Ah gah! In the monster-y mood and this is what I end up with for this week’s Illustration Friday theme of “vacant”.

This guy started out with some free-form Rita line goodness, then slight coloring in ye ole Photoshop, then finished it off with a light paper texture and some noisy noise. And done.

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