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Bared Fangs   [2013]

Bared Fangs Released by :
Chorus, Resource [web], Singular [web]

Release Date :
13 December 2013

Type :
C64 Graphics  (HiRes)

User rating:*********_  8.6/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Leon of Chorus, Resource, Singular, Storm

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User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 20 December 2013
Technically top notch, but the face itself delivers an eerie feel of the uncanny valley. She looks like a b/w rendition of an alien character from Avatar.
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Submitted by fenz on 15 December 2013
Wow.. those eyes!
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Submitted by Hammerfist on 14 December 2013
Beautiful, Leon! I agree wholeheartedly: art should not be limited. And if you make something beyond the limits of the C64, then it wasn't meant for the C64 :) Until that happens, though: keep 'em coming, this is great stuff! In fact, I'm feeling inspired because of this series of yours... I hope I can add my own ideas soon!
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Submitted by Testa on 14 December 2013
freaky cool picture....
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Submitted by Glasnost on 14 December 2013
Definetely no need to apologize for it. I love it. Everything that has come out from you is a little piece of art. And when you want to improve, you need to take risks and be vulnerable in some aspect. Great work.
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Submitted by Jammer on 14 December 2013
Great shadow from the fan ;)
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Submitted by The Shadow on 14 December 2013
The girl looks afraid. Great production!
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Submitted by psych on 13 December 2013
Leon, I really love your new style. Splendid!
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Submitted by leonofsgr on 13 December 2013
First of all let me apologize to those who don't like this kind of GFX style and these pictures of mine. It took me long years to realize I can create and draw without converters and other "crutches". I got crazy about being able to draw whatever I can imagine in whatever style I fancy - pictures are born out of imagination and imagination is ought to be limitless and infinite...
Currently I really enjoy grayscale compositions with a hint of color - I truly wonder why I never used a "less is more" approach until lately. I fancy the more refined and noble past ages, the 1700s and 1800s, women with faces like romantic sculpture, and the elaborate costumes of the era full of grace and lace. This GFX style of grays matches that mood pretty well.
This picture is a study I performed on creating a realistic pair of female eyes without any photo references, entirely drawn out of my own imagination. The light lace of the fan was a great challenge to pixel, I tried to add as much detail as HIRES would allow for. It is a no-copy as well.
I would like to make more pictures like this because my imagination is full of concepts and ideas... Expect more and more soon...

Thanks to Hoild for the title and the usual translation service.
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