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Bonehead 0014 by Dillerkind Bonehead 0014 by Dillerkind
Say hello to another friendly bone dude.. and grab a shirt while you're already here :D

Inkscape; line + node tools, very few gradients
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Hitryi-Pryanik Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
Looks cool
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Kata Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Awesome detail, I realy like how his eye sockets were drawn. Very cool :)
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Dillerkind Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012   General Artist
I like to draw eye sockets that way. Gives the somewhat dead heads a bit of personality and makes them alive.. well, kind of.. xD Thank you!
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liesch Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
Looks greate. And this all with inkscape, I'm realy impressed. I like inkscape, handy, simple and powerfull...
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Dillerkind Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012   General Artist
Thanks a lot for the compliment! And I totally agree with you concerning Inkscape. I've never really gotten used to the way Illustrator "feels". Been using Freehand MX for a couple of pics years ago and then somebody suggested trying out Inkscape.. which I did and haven't stopped using since (:
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QuestingRaven Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
So, why the switch to digital from your usual, amazing, pencil work?
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Dillerkind Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012   General Artist
Hmm.. for once, commissions and shirts. Not that I've done or sold all that many but from what I've seen the digital stuff seems to sell better. Another (and more important) reason is that I simply enjoy putting together these vector pics. Totally different way of working. And in some ways it gives me more flexibility when I want to try out certain things that would be a pain to do on paper. This, however, doesn't mean that I think that digital is superior to traditional. Both got their pros and cons and can smoothly exist next to each other.

And even though I have to admit that the number of pencil drawings I've done lately is very small, I haven't given up on this medium. Quite the contrary. I've got several sketches laying about, waiting to be colored (with pencils mind you). There's older stuff as well as some brand new. And since at the moment I've got some (probably mouse-related) problems with my shoulder I'm spending more time drawing on paper, rather than clicking together vector stuff on the PC.
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GreatScottArt Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Those reasons are a lot like the reasons I had for switching to digital. I love working with vectors.

This is great by the by.
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Dillerkind Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012   General Artist
Yeah, I like vectors too. Oh, and thank you!
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BeltedYapper Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
This reminds me of Jamie hyneman.
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