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Phillydank by FabianMonk Phillydank by FabianMonk
Here's something I did late one night inbetween projects. Meat linked this man's art over at the SS boards a couple days back (talk about linkage...), and I just couldn't get over how freaking amazing his art was. So I sat down and tried to apply some of his colors to my own style. It's a quicky, hence the roughness level, but I totally intend to color an image full blown like this at one point.

Pencils: Christopher Copeland!
Colors: Me (Monk)

Software: Photoshop CS
The character is Philly the Kid in case you're wondering, courtesy of LeSean Thomas's upcoming OGN CannonBusters.
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:icondogiimura:
WOoooooooaw¡¡

me encanta¡
very nice¡
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:iconenginemonkey:
So skillful!

I've faved this as I am really taken by the technique. Can you explain how you achieved the cross hatching, did you use a tablet?
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:iconenginemonkey:
So skillful!

I've faved this as I am really taken by the technique. Can you explain how you achieved the cross hatching, did you use a tablet?
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FabianMonk Jan 1, 2008  Student Digital Artist
Yeah, definitely used a tablet. Thanks!
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becomethecannon Jul 29, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Badass cool! The colors are dark and moody, really good work.
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:iconaletsander:
wu sick style
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TeddyLuck Feb 24, 2007  Student Interface Designer
*-* woow
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Pundie Dec 2, 2006
Thanks for your link Monk, You have a great inspired. I see a wonderfull world on there.. Thank you very much.. :)
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sory for my English.. I am from Java
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Pundie Dec 1, 2006
Do you like Rembrand? your lighting remember me with him. awesome..
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FabianMonk Dec 1, 2006  Student Digital Artist
Rembrand's cool, but I don't really look at his work often. This was more inspired by [link] than Rembrand.
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