A monochrome drawing I did for an English class. It's supposedly Macbeth's Banquo character analysis, which is completely messed up in my opinion, seeing that Banquo's role in the play is both minor and useless to the plot.

Materials used: 0.5mm pencil, fine tip sharpie, dollarstore eraser

Took about 15 hours. It's the size of a full sheet of bristol board. There are problems with Banquo's stance (leaned over, head improper) amongst other things.

http://i.imgur.com/iWMlogZ.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/GWZee8i.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/BuKpifC.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/DQk1hHA.jpg

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OMG, thats really good!

Love the design of...... well....everything.


Wish I could draw, but I cant even make stick men look decent :(

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Damn, that's cool! I need to get back in touch with traditional pencil and paper art. I mean, it's not that I don't have any free time or anything.

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That looks really cool! You did a really nice job detailing the drawing.

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The thread title didn't have me expecting anything serious, particularly anything this good. This is some really impressive work -- great job, BloodyAcid!

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Thank you for the kind comments everyone.



As of now, after a few weeks of project submission, this project has literally been stepped on by some assholes (there are footprints covering the entirety of the piece). So much for that effort.

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BloodyAcid said:

Thank you for the kind comments everyone.



As of now, after a few weeks of project submission, this project has literally been stepped on by some assholes (there are footprints covering the entirety of the piece). So much for that effort.

That's horrible! I'm so sorry to hear it.

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