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Indiana Jones by Nobody-Parks-Here Indiana Jones by Nobody-Parks-Here
INDIANA JONES or Harrison Ford

This took about 26 hours. This took a lot longer then I expected. and sadly I'm not pleased with the background and the leather jacket. but I got tired and wanted to finish it, so it is what it is. I might go back and take more time on those things.

Hope you like it!

Feedback appreciated! :)
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kakosuranosx Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
Nice drawing!
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Nobody-Parks-Here Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks! :squee:
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niinii12 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
nice keep on trying
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XiiiBeatoSensei Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wooow amazing work! :)
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Nobody-Parks-Here Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you!:excited:
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lberry1976 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Good Likeness, After looking at your other pcs. I think I have something that may help some of the distortion you get with some of your works. They are all very good likenesses of your subject, but they all have similar distortion issues. A technique to use is working with a mirror. As you are working from reference take a mirror from time to time and look at your work thru the mirror, This will help you see flaws that otherwise would go unnoticed by an untrained eye. I think once you see it, you will be able to create much cleaner final products. Hope this helps out, i enjoyed looking at your gallery.
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Nobody-Parks-Here Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for the feedback! and I agree. I've heard of that technique before, I just never put it in to use for whatever reason, but I will defiantly start. Because I did take the time to look at some of my artwork through a mirror, and they did have a distortion. Thanks for the tip!
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