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Shadowland by smbhax
Shadowland
Got to go all watery and washy with the shadowy landscape backdrop, and even the shadowy foreground, come to think of it, which is fun, and of course it's nice and ambiguous which I'm always in favor of. : D

This is watercolor art for my webcomic, "Supermassive Black Hole A*." Prints are available here.
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Stargazers by smbhax
Stargazers
This one was fun to do and people seemed to like it even though it's *almost* monochromatic (there's a very light pale blue outline over the shadow lines on the figures), so huzzah. : ) It's watercolor art for my webcomic, "Supermassive Black Hole A*"; prints are available here.
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Keep Moving by smbhax
Keep Moving
Was pretty happy with how both the scribbly approach to the foreground face and the outliney approach to the background figure worked out once watercolored, it doesn't always go that well for me. : o

This is watercolor art for my webcomic "Supermassive Black Hole A*"; prints are available here.
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Hunter Killer by smbhax
Hunter Killer
After you zap a crashed hunter-killer satellite, you should always poke it with a stick to make sure it's really dead.

This is watercolor art for my webcomic, "Supermassive Black Hole A*." Prints are available here.
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Fever Dream by smbhax
Fever Dream
I don't know, I just kind of like this one. Watercolor of course. It's art from my hard sci-fi webcomic "Supermassive Black Hole A*," and prints are available here.
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Ben Chamberlain
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:iconhelenyuqing:
helenyuqing Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you for your watch!
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smbhax Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Professional General Artist
You're doing great work! ^_^
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CodyOP Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really appreciate the attention. It means a lot. And nice gallery!
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smbhax Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014  Professional General Artist
My pleasure--and thanks! : )
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cdmalcolm Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Love you comic. Love the B/W. it my favorite type for reading and looking at great contrast.
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smbhax Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks! Always nice to meet someone who's also into the black and the white. : )
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TiredOrangeCat Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
Just read your eraser review, loved it. I too have struggled to find something reliable to pair with my graphite. I have used the Staedtlers for most of my drawing career and have been pretty pleased with the results, although as you said, it tends to scatter a bit during heavy use. You have intrigued me and I think I will purchase the top four of your list to give them a go. Your tests were in the H-B range where as I work primarily in the 4-6B range when using graphite so I am curious to see how they handle the softer leads.
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smbhax Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks for reading, Cat! I'm actually trying out some 4B this week, and on smooth Bristol paper--and I got in a few more erasers, like Tombow's legendary old "Mono"--so I'm going to have a follow-up eraser comparison article in a couple days. (The short version is that the erasers perform relatively similarly to what they achieved with the H-grade lead on the rougher Illustration paper, except that the Campus 2B, which was #2 for me with the H grade lead, is at 4B just slightly outperforming the Ain Dust-Gathering, which was #1 for H--the Campus erases the softer lead more completely, and requires less scrubbing.)
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TiredOrangeCat Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
Excellent! I am a sucker for art supplies, I have to bring cash only when I walk into art supply stores least I walk out with half the store in my pockets ready for projects. Your first review was steller, combined with your experience with heavy graphite use, made it more than informative. Been looking for an eraser to make clean up a bit easier. I am doing my series of 10 minute sketches trying to refine my skill/technique and minimize the amount of lines used. During these sessions I refrain from using an eraser, as 10 minutes is actually a very short amount of time. I am looking into adding a few 20 minute sessions to my repertoire and would like a solid eraser to quickly fix mistakes and to make clean up a breeze. The Staedtler as I said before has been my trusted go to, and in most cases suits its use well, but I do love to try out new tools. Looking forward to the next review.
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smbhax Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
Ooh yeah I might have to end up disqualifying the Campus actually--tried using it on a full page and it fell apart on me! Ack, art supplies. : P
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