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Castle by Toramarusama Castle by Toramarusama
A new portrait study. This time I painted Richard Castle, Nathan Fillion's character in Castle.

Hope you like it.

Done again with gimp+gps, my bamboo fun and around 1 hour and half (maybe a little more with this one, I didn't control the time)
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Strictlyfan2010 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
very good :D
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Toramarusama Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012   Digital Artist
Thanks :)
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Strictlyfan2010 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
^^
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pariah87 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
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TomsGG's comments says it all. :nod:
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Toramarusama Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks n.n
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TomsGG Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
Wow he is "spot on"....i don't know why nobody had commented on him yet.
This drawing is great! I like this little smirk and the expressive eyes!
and the lightening as well. Did you ever thought about coloring it?

Anyway what i wanted to say: great work and with 1.5hour really fast.
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Toramarusama Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks you. Truth is this is the one I like the most of the portraits I've done so far, but Sam Witwer's seem to receive more love, LOL.

I didn't thought of coloring it. To do colored portraits I start directly with the colors. Starting with b&w doesn't get you the right colors and, when working with photo reference is a little annoying. I'm uploading a colored portrait right now by the way n.n
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TomsGG Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
I can see why you like it!!!

Hmmm...okay that's probably true. i've never tried to color b/w, but i guess it's "easier" to go with colors from the start...but b/w is great for light and shadows. :-)

And i'm going to look at it now :-)
Nice talking to you, have a great day!
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