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Juan @ Saturday, January 29, 2011 -- 9:20 pmAwesomee, awesome, awesome, I don0t have any word, for this picture! ;D thanks!!!!!
TRUPER™ @ Wednesday, March 25, 2009 -- 10:22 amwow.. great artwork! It fits her personality and her crazy life.. its like what is going on in her mind.. great colors and words/letters.. i saw anbuu's mugen.. yes in comparison its similar in "category" but in style.. i think yours is deeper/meaningful.. maybe im just looking more in psychological element.. nevertheless.. great art piece..
Tiffany @ Friday, February 13, 2009 -- 7:23 pmWhen I first came across this piece of work, I thought immediately "Wow, just....wow." I like the work in its resized form more than I do its widescreen form, for some reason I can't articulate. The colors are really lovely here together and the sketchy style with the vectors blending together are just fantastic. Props for this amazing piece. I haven't been on the look out for talents on the web lately, and am lucky to have come across your site. Chock full of goodness everywhere. :) Keep up the good work.
P.S. If you don't mind me asking, what was the font that you used for this piece? I've been looking for a good basic san serif font for a while, and yours seems to be almost what I'm looking for. Any pointers to help me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much for your comment :). I'm very glad to know you enjoy my work. I think I can understand the widescreen sentiment, as I actually like this one better too without the mouth (the expression seems more intense).
The fonts I used are:
Copperplate Gothic Light
Cheap Pizza (this one is the weird scribbly "ergo" above the white "proxy" text)
Futura (used on the signatures)
They are all downloadable online (just google for them and you should find them).
metal-allan @ Friday, February 6, 2009 -- 2:06 pmmerci