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Edible Head and Lizard Hat by creepy665 Edible Head and Lizard Hat by creepy665
A large head takes up most of the right side of the picture (I really like the patterns I did on this image). In its mouth is another head and there is some lizard thing right above its head. There is also a guy in the middle holding his head over his eyes, but sadly his eyes are in his hands so it does no good.

12"X9" Ink, 1997
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Zyouki Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2008
Now that, is frickin incredible. bravo. :highfive:
ditchthelabelclub Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2008
You're work is so detailed, it blows me away. Amazing :)
Liv-the-Musician Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2008
That's quite the mindfuck
In a good way.
creepy665 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008
ijustwannamurder Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
this is fantastic. I wish I had the talent or patience to draw something like that hah. :)
creepy665 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008
Thanks. Glad you liked it. I think its mostly patience to fill in the whole page that makes my stuff work.
ijustwannamurder Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
yeah, I lack that sort of patience so it's always nice to see the art of people who do. it's usually beneficial hah. :)
SpiritusPhotography Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2008   Photographer
Wow this is awesome! I could never do something as detailed and mindboggling as this!
creepy665 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2008
Thanks for the comment and fav. Glad you find it mindboggling as its still freaks me out how much people like what I do.
Jasmine-Darkess Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2008
Woah. That's really awesome and must have taken forever xD
azularts Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
This one is really Awesome!
Nice indeed
air-force-1 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2007  Student General Artist
incredible! i love your style, your whole gallery is oustanding!:) keep it up!
mushIT Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007   Photographer
What an amazing picture! Must have taken forever. Incredible detail! love it! keep up the great work! :love:
KarimHommos Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
wow! i need an hour to look at that...
very nice...
ludatha Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2007
wow nice, I am so going to try that sometime :P
how long did it take and was it fun :P?
creepy665 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Glad you liked it. Sorry for the late replay but I procrastinate sometimes.

I think it normally takes me about 10-20hrs to do one pic. Not sure as I break it into 30mn to 1hr segments over many weeks/months. I know I used to whip these out in about 2 weekends but that was spending a few hours each day making them and a long time ago when I had more freetime.

I could get more done now if I just did a few smaller images but I like filling up the page too much. It always feel incomplete until there is no white space left.
Popolio Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
Whoa! Awsome
Katie-BnL Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2006   Traditional Artist
wow, this is really really good!
Engel08 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006  Student General Artist
awesome and very well planned.
creepy665 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006
Glad you like it.

Is it scary if its not planned? While I may have an image or two I want to draw, mostly what I do is doodle. I just go with some initial image and then try to see other images in the negative space by seeing what the border of the current images could become.
Engel08 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006  Student General Artist
Why do you not plan?
No it's not scary. None of my bold ink work is planned. Mostly anyways. A few times I'll too make an image then build off it and let my hands do the rest.

I don't call it doodling.(Although I suppose the process isdefined as such) When the ink flows without thought then your own eyes react to the ink being put down. I call it "flood."
I work on the individual pieces like broken puzzle pieces more than anything.

I like your technique. And really like the outcome. When you can do multiple layers then it works out well. Some people think I use pencil first. But I rarely do.
creepy665 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2006
I totally understand the "flood". Sounds very similar to what I do and how I feel when drawing. While I'm drawing I don't really think much about it I just let it come out.

Thats part of why I dont plan. I just like it to be what it will be. I also dont plan as that would probably make it feel like work as opposed to just relaxing and drawing (or I'm just too lazy to plan :) ). Thats one reason I like ink as there are no mistakes. Whatever I put down I have to make work somehow.
TOKEnJOE Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006
this made me want to go out and make another one just like it
wet-dream Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2006
simply amazing
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April 7, 2006
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