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    pencils by 'scherberger'
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    Another picture that been sitting waiting for quite some to be finished.

    The biggest hassle here was the circus poster on the toll booth. My first idea was to use a "Cirque du Soleil: Saltimbanco" poster from the net there as we have that show in town at the moment...(hence the CduS blue and yellow tent!) but that sucked. Then I tried various traditional circus posters from a google search... but they weren't right either. Basically I came to realise that a circus poster has a distinct 'context', a place that it belongs and a circus that it belongs to and putting it somewhere else doesn't work...

    Anyway, so I resorted to making my own using the 'Magic' picture by Mike DiBalfo that I did a few months ago - and ta-dahhh... we now have "DiBalfo's Amazing Magical Circus"!!!

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    I think it looks great. I realize you weren't involved with the drawing, but seeing how the hands look almost short and stocky kinda makes me think more bug-like than long skinny fingers. Anyway the colors turned out very nice and I dig the poster. Good choice.
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    • #3
      The colors made this pic. those stubby fingers are hideous.

      Great job sean, you color awesome
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      • #4
        i doubt that his red in his costume would look that saturated at night.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by davechisholm View Post
          i doubt that his red in his costume would look that saturated at night.
          I dunno, they have pretty bright lights even outdoors at carnivals/circuses to highlight all the bright colors and costumes,

          it all looks great to me except for the poster. it just looks like something thats been shrunk down to fill a blank space. granted, it's the penceller's problem, but it just screams photoshop to me. seems like there ought to be a little distortion in the image as the poster is kind of wrinkeled.
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          • #6
            Soft street lights would explain it, and if you've ever been out during a full moon, in enough soft light (and especially in city areas) I've noticed that things can almost have full color. With the exception of the intensity of the reflected light, I think the colors are rather tame. If the moon were brighter looking, it might feel more natural but other than that I think it's very well done.

            EDIT:
            Really, after giving it a good look-over, I think the color choices and light choices make Spidey really pop, so you don't focus too much on the background, and it gives it a moody feel, which I like when it comes to Spidey.
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