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from Craven de Kere - Sunday, September 22, 2002
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This one has 3 illusions embedded. You won't find them at this resolution.

This is inspired by some comic book character that I can't remember. I added the illuions and hidden names (only visible with the full size drawing and only when you look at the drawing at a certain angle).

If you can find one of the hidden objects in the drawing at this resolution I'll let you spot my sniper shots from now on.

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from Jerseygirl
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 14:36

Umm,think I've had enough freaky TK art to last a lifetime.
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From Craven loves Dali
Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 14:46

TK art wasn't always that bad. At least Eman's wasn't bad.(reply to this comment
From Jerseygirl
Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 16:34

Eman had some good stuff and so did Laban, as well as few others. Unfortunately, a lot of TK art was amateur at best, with most of it being downright crappy.One thing I detested the family for was grabbing any Tom,Dick or Harry,whether actually an artist/singer etc. or not, and making us all audience to their "talent" I'm sure you realise that not everyone is going to like your art or style-that doesn't particularly mean it's bad. Good luck!(reply to this comment
From JoeH
Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 16:35

yeah! remember "The Spider's web" or "The Crash"? Or how about "Bewitched"? that was downright creepy!(reply to this comment
From Jerseygirl
Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 16:36

The EYES!! (reply to this comment
from jpmagero
Monday, September 23, 2002 - 09:09

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From Craven doesn't want to log in
Monday, September 23, 2002, 10:34

LOL Don't tell me you blew it up to look at the sig.(reply to this comment
From left
Monday, September 23, 2002, 12:09

is it the face on the left hand
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From Craven so wants a cookie
Monday, September 23, 2002, 13:13

Not really, didn't know there was a face there.(reply to this comment
From jpmagero
Monday, September 23, 2002, 11:17

No, it's right there, and blowing it up from a low-res would only hide the details since it wouldn't make them any clearer, only more pixelated. If that is not it, fine, but I can see it with the "naked" eye.(reply to this comment
From Craven so wants a cookie
Monday, September 23, 2002, 13:12

That's one of them, it's actually more visible when it's smaller.

I'm not sure which name you saw because there are more than 5 hidden names in there.(reply to this comment
From jpmagero
Monday, September 23, 2002, 14:22

The name I saw is "ROBERT" and begins at the base of his 'ear' and ends at about the middle of his 'thumb'. I'll look for the others, good work though.(reply to this comment
From Craven ---
Monday, September 23, 2002, 15:23

Yeah that's the one that becomes more visible when at this resolution.

When I scanned it it becomes more visible (I couldn't scan at a good resolution for the web) and when it's shrunk it's even more so.

I normally don't care about what resolution altering does to my art but in this case I do.

In the original the you can't see it from above, you have to tilt the picture and look at it from an angle (the name is long and thin but becomes thinner and fatter at an angle, lots of the hidden objects work with angles to contort the lines back into what they are supposed to look like).(reply to this comment
from monger
Sunday, September 22, 2002 - 13:52

What kind of hair treatment is he using?--Whatever it is, it looks damn cool, CravenDC! Oh, and I luv the effect of his evil cape thing blowing the opposite direction of his hair. Perfect title, too.
I'll have to look for your hidden objects another day though, sometime when it's not 3 in the morning here.
Cheers mate. Looking forward to seeing more of your work here; I luv the style used on this one and 'unicorn.'. :)
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From Craven loves cookies
Sunday, September 22, 2002, 15:29

This one has the most subtle embeddeds ever. Only one person has found one without my help.

Incidentally the cape is stiff, not blowing (loved that backhanded compliment/correction, don't worry I can take the critics, no need to puyll punches). I'll show you what I mean later (this character is in several of my drawings).(reply to this comment
From EyesWideShut
Sunday, September 22, 2002, 20:25

Incredible job on the fur/hair. This one is really great art.(reply to this comment
From Craven's blushing
Monday, September 23, 2002, 01:26

Thanks! I stole it from a dead dog! Coulda been a cat but roadkill is always hard to identify.(reply to this comment

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