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Private Eye

Poster: Dozzer
Image: Private Eye
Image Details: ID: 4213 - Image Type: JPG - Size: 625 x 1000 (69KB)
Posted: 20 Apr 2007 11:03
Views: 97
Pic Description: Another illustration for my steampunk campaign, this is Wilbur Brokk, the private detective.

Posing and rendering was done in Poser 7.0 (Brokk) and Vue 5 Infinite (Street). Than came the Photoshop. And it took long time untill I was satisfied. Now I think the picture is ready. What do you think?

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Poster Message
 20 Apr 2007 12:31
What do I think? Hey it should be on a front cover of a magazine, or a book novel. I think for once in Posers life it has some meaning. You show good talent. Might even want o take it a step and write you a story sometime with your art. Very nice.

Two wrongs don't make a right.
But six left turns will get you around the block
and back in the driveway again.
 20 Apr 2007 15:46
I think that it's amazing and phantastic Dozzer !! I saw your talent grove since I saw your works for the first time a long ago ! !

 20 Apr 2007 21:39
very nice atmosphere... yup!

Behond the coming back, is going too far
 21 Apr 2007 18:16
I think it's a fantastic work, it has the spirit of those 30's film noir. It's beautiful with a strong classical touch.

 23 Apr 2007 11:40
Thank you very much for your comment. Actually, I'm writing such a story right now -- steampunk-detective -- my last to works (including this one) are illustrations for it. The P.I. is the protagonist, and Carl (the previous work) is a mad dwarven alchemist.

Thank you I'm trying to progress

Thanks for your words

A special thanks to you, for the word "noir". That's what I tried to make, so you make me feel proud

Don't worry, Be Happy
 27 Jun 2008 21:19
that's awesome!!!

 02 Jul 2013 14:46
Great illustration work.

I've found that to do well with any figure you really need to have a passion for that figure,

...and I hope you develop that passion for yours.
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