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Thread: Hanzz : Sketches and W.I.P. (update 27 jan'10)

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    Hanzz : Sketches and W.I.P. (update 27 jan'10)

    Just letting you folks know I'm not dead, or asleep. I've been busy with a few projects around here.
    Currently I'm working on a Lou Reed Caricature.(Will also -if all goes well- serve as decoration in a restaurant )
    Started working the sunglasses out on a separate layer, Now the bar/level is set, I just have to work up the rest to match the glasses....LOL

    The details of the face will come later in their own layer...
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    Last edited by hanzz; 01-29-2010 at 08:08 AM.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Well, it's good to know that your not dead Hanzz! I noticed that you haven't been around and I'm glad to see you're back and working on another caricature. I have to admit though, I had to go look up who Lou Reed is! I am not familiar with him or The Velvet Underground....but I did see that "Take a Walk on the Wild Side" was his hit and I sure loved that song...still do! This is coming along nicely and I can't wait to see it finished!

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    Hanzz, I was here earlier and totally missed this thread! WOAH! That is spot on and what a great person to apply your magic on!!! He has some great facial features that are probably like a playground for you. Love the reflection work in his glasses as well. Thanks for sharing this, I love to watch you work!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Hey Hanzz,
    That's way too cool!
    @ lol @ settting the bar high with the sunglasses
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    This is great. Looking forward to updates. I was also a fan of "Take a Walk....". I remember it from the sound track to that movie "Times Square" - I still have the Vinyl album (how old am I getting...).

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    Definately see Lou Reed but I was also struck by the resemblence to Richard Belzer.

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    Worked in the base colours now. Did a little blur on the totallity of the image..Next step will be the (boring work) details.

    RobertSwade : Never heard of the man.An interesting face though.
    MikeMC : Yes, those were the days. Getting older is not so bad. Dancing goes slower though...
    Flyashy : I should have said "setting the glasses high on the bar"...
    Sketchism71 : thanks man.
    Leen724 : indeed good to know I'm alive..Thanks
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    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Great work so far. Love the effect you've got on the skin.
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    Got started for fun on this one, grown to like it though.Like the old picture look of those days. Might suggest it for the restaurant, while they are willing....
    I was wondering, should I put some colour on it ,or would that ruin it ?
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    Looks great Hanzz! I think color would "look" good but keeping it greyscale maintains the classic look from that era. I would leave it!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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