petite-madame:

The Last Trial
Yah, I’m done! I started to work on this art about three months ago but I had to stop because I was busy with my SpnJ2BB. As you can see on the pictures, this art of Sam trying to contain all the energy he gained from the trials is pretty big. It’s 29,7 x 84 cm (11,7” x 33,1”). I drew it on two pages of my A3 sketchbook. It was pretty hard to scan so I had to do some retouches here and there with a pencil brush in Photoshop (pic #2).
Tools of the trade: Mechanical pencils (0,3mm & 0,5mm), Pencils (5H, HB, 4B, 6B), watercolor pencils (HB & 6B), Sketchbook (29,7 x 42 cm). Small retouches done in PS
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petite-madame:

The Last Trial
Yah, I’m done! I started to work on this art about three months ago but I had to stop because I was busy with my SpnJ2BB. As you can see on the pictures, this art of Sam trying to contain all the energy he gained from the trials is pretty big. It’s 29,7 x 84 cm (11,7” x 33,1”). I drew it on two pages of my A3 sketchbook. It was pretty hard to scan so I had to do some retouches here and there with a pencil brush in Photoshop (pic #2).
Tools of the trade: Mechanical pencils (0,3mm & 0,5mm), Pencils (5H, HB, 4B, 6B), watercolor pencils (HB & 6B), Sketchbook (29,7 x 42 cm). Small retouches done in PS
Zoom Info
petite-madame:

The Last Trial
Yah, I’m done! I started to work on this art about three months ago but I had to stop because I was busy with my SpnJ2BB. As you can see on the pictures, this art of Sam trying to contain all the energy he gained from the trials is pretty big. It’s 29,7 x 84 cm (11,7” x 33,1”). I drew it on two pages of my A3 sketchbook. It was pretty hard to scan so I had to do some retouches here and there with a pencil brush in Photoshop (pic #2).
Tools of the trade: Mechanical pencils (0,3mm & 0,5mm), Pencils (5H, HB, 4B, 6B), watercolor pencils (HB & 6B), Sketchbook (29,7 x 42 cm). Small retouches done in PS
Zoom Info
petite-madame:

The Last Trial
Yah, I’m done! I started to work on this art about three months ago but I had to stop because I was busy with my SpnJ2BB. As you can see on the pictures, this art of Sam trying to contain all the energy he gained from the trials is pretty big. It’s 29,7 x 84 cm (11,7” x 33,1”). I drew it on two pages of my A3 sketchbook. It was pretty hard to scan so I had to do some retouches here and there with a pencil brush in Photoshop (pic #2).
Tools of the trade: Mechanical pencils (0,3mm & 0,5mm), Pencils (5H, HB, 4B, 6B), watercolor pencils (HB & 6B), Sketchbook (29,7 x 42 cm). Small retouches done in PS
Zoom Info

petite-madame:

The Last Trial

Yah, I’m done! I started to work on this art about three months ago but I had to stop because I was busy with my SpnJ2BB. As you can see on the pictures, this art of Sam trying to contain all the energy he gained from the trials is pretty big. It’s 29,7 x 84 cm (11,7” x 33,1”). I drew it on two pages of my A3 sketchbook. It was pretty hard to scan so I had to do some retouches here and there with a pencil brush in Photoshop (pic #2).

Tools of the trade: Mechanical pencils (0,3mm & 0,5mm), Pencils (5H, HB, 4B, 6B), watercolor pencils (HB & 6B), Sketchbook (29,7 x 42 cm). Small retouches done in PS

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