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Rebecca Romijn's character Mystique in the new movie X-Men: The Last Stand. Drawn with pencil and colored pencils; background designed with Photoshop. Please view [link] (www.artofmassie.com) for more artwork, and [link] (www.movietack.net) for great movie news and info!
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DogofGlee Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
*jawdrop* *is speechless*
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2006   Traditional Artist
Thanks so much for your comments! You can view more of my art at [link] (www.ArtofMassie.com). And be sure to check out [link] (www.MoviePulse.net) for movie news and reviews!
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Tiberius47 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Incredible work!
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2006   Traditional Artist
Thanks so much! You can see the image in action at [link] (www.MoviePulse.net) in the X-Men: The Last Stand movie review.
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blastedgoose Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
omg the DETAIL!!!
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Gothik-Jinxeh Featured By Owner May 29, 2006   Writer
I flat-out refused to believe this was done with colored pencils and thought it was a photograph taken from the movie until I looked at the larger version.

o.0

Wow. You. Are. Amazing.
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner May 30, 2006   Traditional Artist
Thanks so much! I've gone to job interviews before with prints of my artwork, and they too wanted proof that I hadn't simply printed pictures off the internet. If you visit [link] (www.artofmassie.com) I've recently added additional info on some of my sketches that includes mediums, and time to complete. Thanks again!
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Tomoran Featured By Owner May 27, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Man, your skill with the pencils, the cheap ones no less, is unparalled in my opinion. My jaw drops every time I see one of your pics. You almost have to blow them up just to appreciate the shading and your color choices...well done again, man. Beautiful pic.

T
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner May 27, 2006   Traditional Artist
Thanks man! Your comments are always appreciated!
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Tomoran Featured By Owner May 30, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My pleasure...you're stuff rocks.

T
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KugurumiFunk18 Featured By Owner May 27, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
colored pencils? wow..it doesn't look like you used that medium!
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner May 27, 2006   Traditional Artist
Some of my earlier work looks alot more like colored pencils, but these recent ones get the tissue blending technique after it's all drawn out. Also it's scanned onto my computer, so some of the finer detail is lost due to my poor quality scanner. I used to use Liquitex pencils, but they were significantly more expensive than Crayola, so now it's back to the cheap stuff!
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KugurumiFunk18 Featured By Owner May 27, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
oh!!!! wow...guess that drawing is totaly something! :)

nice job with it! Hehe...X-men fan and all! :)

I just loved the 3rd movie!!! Bet you've watched it!
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner May 27, 2006   Traditional Artist
Ironically, I'm a film critic for [link] (www.movietack.net) so I get to watch press screenings of all the movies that go to theaters. I watched an X-Men: The Last Stand screening last Tuesday, but it was so entertaining, I decided to watch it again this morning. Hopefully you stuck around until after the credits rolled, because there's another little scene after that which you definitely don't want to miss! Thanks for the comments!
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KugurumiFunk18 Featured By Owner May 28, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
nooo!!!! i missed that other ending!!! My dad and i went already...looks like i gotta get the dvd now! hehe!

gawd...i really love that movie! Famkee so hot in that...anyway...

your a movie critic? lucky you! You get to watch movies in advance!

You're kindda like a writer hu? :D

Ever wrote books or just critic? :)
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner May 30, 2006   Traditional Artist
Don't wait for dvd! The extra clip at the end is absolutely CRUCIAL! It's amazing to think that Jean Grey was played by the same actress who played Xenia Onatopp in Goldeneye. If you haven't seen that movie, watch it! I haven't written any books yet, but I have seen a ridiculous amout of movies. In my opinion, in order to be a good critic, you have to have alot of source material to compare and contrast movies too, and in my case, it's thousands of other movies. Basically I have no social life. Haha! Thanks for the comments!
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KugurumiFunk18 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
I'll keep that in mind I swear! Seems like your busy! :D
I'll keep in touch..hehe..what am i saying, we don't even no each other that well...but still....hehe...

guess critics are good with me!

Lovely drawing! I'll visit your gallery soon or something! :wink:
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Massiepiece-Theater Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2006   Traditional Artist
There's constantly new stuff up on (www.movietack.net) [link] so the more you get to visit the site, the better for me! I noticed you're located in Japan. Anywhere near Chiba Prefecture? My mom was born there.
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