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Metropolis by SarahSilva Metropolis by SarahSilva
Metropolis sketch card :juggle:
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keyldurey Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
A WONDERFUL MACHINE YET A SOUL IS MISSING
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mgsvelez Jun 10, 2010
DUDE, one of my favorite films of all time!u are amazing!
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SarahSilva Jun 14, 2010   Traditional Artist
Awwwe, thanks again! :w00t:
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FrankieAlton May 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Really good job potraying the robot. I like the pose and the look, as well as the reflections. I always pictured the robot being gold toned as I watched the movie, even though it's black and white (if that makes any sense...)
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SarahSilva May 3, 2010   Traditional Artist
Thank you :) I liked the gold too. My reference photo was a poster image, so everything is the same except maybe the red. In the reference pic the writing was white.
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FrankieAlton May 4, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I think the red letters are a good choice, it looks more dramatic than white.
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SarahSilva May 4, 2010   Traditional Artist
Thanks again! :w00t:
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The-Blonde-Riff Jan 25, 2010
I like the reduction of the colours, one thing I would say is that the red is letting it down a little.

Do excuse me;

ALL WE HEAR IS; RADIO GA-GA! RADIO GOO-GOO, RADIO GA-GA!
Radio what's new?
Radio; someone still loves you!
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SarahSilva Jan 25, 2010   Traditional Artist
Thanks--Yeah, the red got a little murky; I can't remember how, but I remember I had to use some red paint, so that's probably why. I Must have made some mistakes while laying out the black, otherwise the red would pop more :)
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The-Blonde-Riff Jan 26, 2010
I see.

Whenever you impose red over dark colours remember to paint it in white first, that way the red appears vibrant no matter how thin the first coat is.
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