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Kharma Actura FOIL line work by VulnePro Kharma Actura FOIL line work by VulnePro
The line art for the Oshen-Dies Kharma Actura FOIL. This was a pencil illustration with digital ink clean up finish. It was originally posted, exclusively, on the Vulne Pro blog for a time.

Cell color version here: [link]
More work pending...

Cheers!

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Willow-Pendragon Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Just so you know, I'm officialy stalking your page becuase of these.:iconohdearplz: Do Not Be Alarmed.
Also, I may just about favorite every robot you have in your gallery, of every design and proportion.
:iconmeowfaceplz:You May Now Be Alarmed. Have A Lovely Day. :iconisaydanceplz:
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Professional Filmographer
LOL Glad you're enjoying the work. There's plenty to look at so my thanks for the interest and favs.
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Willow-Pendragon Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconlawooplz::iconlawooplz::iconlawooplz:
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sykosan Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Professional Filmographer
They're all just great man !
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Professional Filmographer
My thanks :)
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TrueDesknight Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Student General Artist
Why your stuff be so awesome?!:noes:
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Professional Filmographer
My thanks XD Just a lot of hard work and years of evolving and learning I guess. Thank you again, very kind words :)
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Keydan Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011
I always wondered how those legs would work...
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Professional Filmographer
If that question is posed because they look like one solid piece, they're not in the pure sense. They're actually segmented armored limbs, as the older FOILs are, with an incredibly strong covered fabric armor, akin to a sci version of Kevlar/mutant chain-mail on steroids. So the covering would have a bendable and elastic quality and the legs (knees, feet, joints, etc) move freely.
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Keydan Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011
Just as I thought.
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Rekkou Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Just wanna ask, what do you use for inking?
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Hey there Rekkou, how have you been?

These illos were all based on small thumbnail sketches in pencil that I blew up in CS3 to an 8 1/2 x 11 size roughly. From there I printed them out to light box for a tight pencil illo and detailing out, then that goes back to CS3 for a full digital ink conversion. So all these are inked in CS3 with a Wacom. Any circles are usually done with the circle tool. Any straight lines with the line tool but all other lines and arcs are by hand.

Just saw some of your recent posts, very cool :) Thanks for droppin' in man!
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Rekkou Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the reply.

That's very complex. I usually just retraced my sketch then fix the bad lines or shape in photoshop. How long does it takes for you to complete a lineart like that? i was thinking, maybe i'm just too impatient.
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Professional Filmographer
You're welcome!

Actually I do it the way you do, often enough, as well, it just depends on what I'm shooting for. Though the lightbox approach is an extra step it tends to allow me to refine a solid line illo before going to digital and tightening it up. That step makes the digital inks go smoother and faster at times.
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