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Aug 11, 2007, 7:27:37 PM
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Liz by B3NN3TT Liz by B3NN3TT
Forgive the low-quality image - it's a photo taken with my digital camera.

ANYWAYS, this was a commission I did at Wizard World Chicago of Liz Sherman from B.P.R.D. (aptly portrayed by Selma Blair in the Hellboy movie).

A couple of hours. India ink and Pelikan Graphic White on Strathmore cold-press watercolor paper.
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VampyreArtist Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009
Wow beautiful portrayal of Liz, very nice.
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B3NN3TT Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009  Professional General Artist
Thank you :blushes: Cheers for the Favourite as well.
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GretS-FreedomRider Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
If I hadn`t read the artist`s comment I would never had thought this was taken with a digital camera. Great job.
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B3NN3TT Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2008  Professional General Artist
Thanks :blushes: Some camera shots are much easier to clean up than others; depends on what kind of ambient lighting is in use. The flash is a no-no. This was actually shot with a very low-resolution Sony CyberShot, that actually takes fantastic photos.
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QuestingRaven Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Absolutely gorgeous. Your work never ceases to inspire.
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B3NN3TT Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2007  Professional General Artist
Always a pleasure! Thanks for the Favourite :blushes:
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Ryanschild Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2007
She's lovely...I'm particularly digging the little furrow :)
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B3NN3TT Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2007  Professional General Artist
Your observations are marvellous; that was an afterthought - just a subconscious gesture.

You know the feeling, when you've been driving a long distance, and you suddently realize you have no memory of the past several miles? Your mind was wandering, and the countryside flew by, and you never even noticed.

Apparently I do that when drawing as well.

It's things like this that compel me to pay closer attention to what I'm doing... :hmm:
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Ryanschild Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2007
Heh ...sounds familiar.

I don't actually drive...but have made it home, cross-town, rush-hour without remembering how...much the same sensation.

I tend to tune out a lot when painting (as opposed to drawing, which is quite concentrated) and am often surprised at what I step back from.
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Rorkas Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2007
Great :thumbsup:
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