actually, no--since it's a digital drawing, and not a manipulation--
i dont break any rules in not giving him credit, nor do i need his permission.
you can ask administration if you like--they'll tell you the same thing.
you dont need christina ricci's permission, if you draw a picture of her.
similar instance here.
I adore this one. And the background - like an old film or a delicately skated surface of a cold lake is amazing.
I think the 'old film' idea could be used in different ways - where the static and noise is used over the entirety of the painting.
I dig this one Eva. It's unique and the lighting is completely wonderful.
[slowly catching up on your stuf...]
these simple images of yours still amaze me. I look at it and I see a beautiful picture of a girl. I look again and I see a magnificent composition of lines - I'd like to learn to use so few colours in such effective way. and even the background is made of lines/scratches. [may I call you a master of highlights - because of the reds used on hair and makeup?]
wow. this is cooler than the one with the heals even.
really like the downcast eyes,...and that subtle texture
in the background.
like the way it fades to black while retaining the silhouette of her
hair as well.
cool name too.
nice work wicked one!