Digitally painted after the original V FOR VENDETTA book cover artwork by David Lloyd.
Like the concept, and it’s cool you used your new technique (which I really dig), but I don’t like the balance of the image. The bottom is very heavy compared to the top which makes the top look like there’s something missing.
It’s a really good image nonetheless :)
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I love it!
I’m a HUGE V for Vendetta fan, i really like how this turned out.
I love your new shading technique.
Keep up the good work mate!
Nice Work i would like to see this technique as a Tutorial in this project or something else like that
pip0, I won’t be doing a tutorial of this technique. It’s all painting skills I learned in art school, translated to digital. Lots of trial and error, too much to tame and write about step by step.
What Brushes did you use about this Poster?
Looks pretty slick sir.
Wow, sick dude! That would make an awesome print!
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