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Drax sample 01 by BrianReber Drax sample 01 by BrianReber
Here is a before and after comparison shot from one of my new projects Drax. Linework by Mitchell Breitweiser and colors by me.

"Drax the Destroyer" will be out later this year by Marvel comics.
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JohnRauch Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2007
Great job! I really like the looseness of this.
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yf19-sama Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Wonderfull black and whithe version + coloring process!
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hahatem Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Professional General Artist
AWESOME.. love them both..you did a brilliant job with coloring
send my salutation and admiration to Mitchell Breitweiser :D
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evomc Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2005  Professional Filmographer
way to colour, Brian! did you do work on the ultimates strip by any chance?
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Idarshu Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2005
Thought the thumbnail was a photo. Wow. Love the reflections.
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KFoster Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
I looked at this absentmindedly at first and thought the second one was a photo. :D
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astolat Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Student Traditional Artist
wow! i really like the colors! How long did it take you to make this?
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soulrailer Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I forgot to tell some pieces of the rock or whatever it is that touches the water in the front of the picture arent reflected... and from this angle even the guy/girl should be visible in your mirror ;)
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soulrailer Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ooooh,
very nice I absolutely love the lines (I know they are not yours) and the coloring is very good too, looks profesional :)
I am not sure if water would be as reflecting as it is on the pic though...
so i am not a fan of the water (even though everybody else likes it appearantly...)

greets Soulrailer
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jman2004 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2005
Wow - I've seen this in approach a few comic pieces, but they are often saved for panoramas and dramatic landscapes such as this one. Could I ask what brushes you use to get the spattered texture around the foliage and rock formation? Also, what photoshop palette do you use to create the muted colors?

Honestly, I wish there were schools to teach digital coloring, especially cuts style. I can manage it, but the intense selections and inexperience in drawing slow me down.
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