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Shatterpoint by BenWootten Shatterpoint by BenWootten
This is card art done for the Sony Star Wars TCG.

I guess the tip of the day here is "always looks up and behind you". Some would say very specific advice, but useful never the less.
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:iconnathandespain:
Seriously though, No one looks up, and no one ever stands with back to a surface. And they all die.
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Superbum Mar 14, 2012  Student General Artist
Great use of color compliments.
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:iconxblacklightz:
Sith. They're everywhere and just like the holiday balls they see you when you're sleeping and know when you're awake.
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:iconwawy222:
you'd think he'd notice
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BenWootten Mar 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
she has effectively cloaked herself with the dark side, or has she.....
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dracotheferret May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Poor oblivious Twi'lek :iconcryplz:
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BenWootten May 20, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
is he oblivious....? Yeha he is :)
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:iconstucat:
the background city in this one rules!
Did you use custom brushes to create those shapes on the right block?
Sweet lighting and form on the green dude, pretty sure he knows what is coming.
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BenWootten Feb 2, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I played with spacing and rotation on some of my ordinary brushe, and a bit of texture here and there, oh and the line tool a bit.

I am not sure he does know......
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:iconladyphoenicia:
Dynamic lighting and attention to detail. The stern, watchful expression on the male's face saddens me for his true danger is lurking just a few feet away behind him. The run down (or up in coming, it depends on the way you look at it) city in the background, lets the viewer have a feel of the typical frightening and dangerousness of the slums. The man could be on an important mission that includes wandering amongst ruins or he is simply in hiding or other myriad of reasons. Any way it is, this piece delights me in its tale behind the paint. :)
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