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VEGETABLE EMPIRE by snarfevs VEGETABLE EMPIRE by snarfevs
FULLVIEW OR DIE.
Thankfully they only grow on a few planets. Bonsai varieties available soon.

26th conceptart - Iopean Planter. PSCS2, 2 hours?
Used some of M@'s brushes
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N4u2k Oct 4, 2006  Student Digital Artist
wow...
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croovman Oct 2, 2006  Student General Artist
very imprssive (and shiney)!
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Dawkz Sep 30, 2006  Student Digital Artist
excellent ambience, as always...
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lazytigerart Sep 30, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I dig everything... except the font... and the justification. Considering some of the typography I've seen from you, I expect better, mate :D

So how far off is the commenicing of 26th these days? 20 years or so? :D
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snarfevs Oct 15, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fixed. No love for HandelGOTD I see.

I didn't really have any comic fonts (unless you consider comic sans a font) until just then.
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lazytigerart Oct 15, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Indeed i do not consider comic sans a font. Might I suggest keeping away from 'comic' fonts altogether? Seems the feel of the comic would be better suited by a serious font...
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snarfevs Oct 15, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For instance?

HandelGOTD may not be great for comic work but it is a serious font. It's just difficult at small scale. For non-bubble typography I like to use halo eleven, chanl, abclogos, violation, criminal etc which all look really industrial and hardcore (with the exception of violation) but suck for panelling.

actually i just ran some through and halo eleven doesn't look too bad for bubbles. [link]
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:iconquietsketches:
I agree. I like the more solid angular font now I've had some time to think about it. One question though... why are some words bolded??
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snarfevs Oct 16, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Perhaps i shall run with it then... The bolding is common in comics, to add emphasis to key points.
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