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  02 February 2005
Vampire, Armin Stocker (2D)



Title: Vampire
Name: Armin Stocker
Country: Austria
Software: Photoshop

hey everyone.

finally i ve finished a new painting.
i worked pretty rough and didn t zoom in much but i kinda like that look. again i used some refs. my girlfriend was kind enough to pose for me (she rocks ;) )

here are some ~70% close ups

i hope you like it
 
  02 February 2005
Love it!

hey man thats really cool, i can see that on a front cover of a horror comic book!. wouldnt like to walk down a alley on a dark night with him being around , want to see more of your art
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  02 February 2005
Thumbs up

Jawohl! made in Austria!
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  02 February 2005
beautiful contrast between the red/orange and green color.
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  02 February 2005
No stockings anymore?!
You know what I think about this Armin - kickass with the lightsource from beyond
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  02 February 2005
Wohoo!!! good to see something new from you here... incredible as usual.. finally something off-sci-fi

I'm sure you like her in that position

Last edited by wigal : 02 February 2005 at 02:35 PM.
 
  02 February 2005
Well, like I already said: wow

I can't believe this hasn't received more replies. I'll add mine, though. What I like the most about this is the spirit you've captured with it. The expression on the face and the feel of almost desperate violence. The background is gorgeous as well, detailed and lovely but not overbearing on the rest of the image since you've let it drop back with cool, calm colours while there is a flurry of warm and saturated colours in the foreground.

In conclusion: me likey.
 
  02 February 2005
I just wanted to echo Linda's input - I can't believe this didn't get more replies..it's a shame really.

And I noticed you added the iron thingie in the back - looks awesome
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  02 February 2005
Phil: i really hope that some day there ll be books with my illustrations on the cover ; ) i posted another painting today. hope you like this one too. it s not a very typical amoe painting but it was fun

daniel: haha.. thats what i think everytime i see one of you threads... danke

natascha: nah... sock puppets are evil and scary.
glad you like the iron gate. the path (pen?) tool in PS is pretty usefull for stuff like that and i also found some neat refs with google : )

http://members.chello.at/armin.stoc...%20art/gate.jpg
thats what the gate looks like. : )

georg: you are righ. i ve painted to much sci fi stuff recently. next painting will some horror stuff again
i am not sure which position you mean. she posed for both characters. well.. i am flexible hihi

linda: well.. i am getting used to it. maybe my next painting will get more attention. thank you

and sorry for my late reply

cheers
amoe
 
  02 February 2006
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