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    Here's orko...

    Here's an illustration I did of Orko. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorby View Post
    Here's an illustration I did of Orko. Enjoy!

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    i have always loved your stuff!!!

    very cool. i want this on canvas in my house!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechTrek View Post
    i have always loved your stuff!!!

    very cool. i want this on canvas in my house!!!
    Thank you for the kind comments! I did reuploaded the image to this thread, as I forgot to color a spot on his hat in the original post.
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    Are you using a vector based program to do this?

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    Well to use illustrator to trace the image is no big deal. And this just looks like using the live trace function of it. smack a background behind it and that's that.
    I don't know other artworks of yours, but just seeing this, i can only think of letting the program do the work.
    Sorry.

    But it still looks good and one can get cool effect in adjusting the levers, but i don't understand that violett stripe on his chest area. This does not fit with all the other areas of the figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NIMRODOR View Post
    Are you using a vector based program to do this?
    Yes...I used Adobe Illustrator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAXX View Post
    Well to use illustrator to trace the image is no big deal. And this just looks like using the live trace function of it. smack a background behind it and that's that.
    I don't know other artworks of yours, but just seeing this, i can only think of letting the program do the work.
    Sorry.

    But it still looks good and one can get cool effect in adjusting the levers, but i don't understand that violett stripe on his chest area. This does not fit with all the other areas of the figure.
    Thanks for the feedback. While you could use live trace, in Illustrator, to get something close, I did not. I used the pencil tool in Illustrator to draw the shapes that I wanted and chose the colors that I wanted to use. I just thought I would share a fun piece of fan art. I wasn't really looking to get blasted for the way I created it. Cheers!
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    well I like it. Orko is so awesome super cool that it is always nice to see some art of him





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