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Nordguard, Panel from PG 15 by screwbald Nordguard, Panel from PG 15 by screwbald
A panel from page 15 of Across Thin Ice, part of the Nordguard comics.

You can always see more on the Nordguard's development blog (nordguard.blogspot.com) and on LiveJournal (nordguard.livejournal.com).

There's more information about the comic on the website, over at www.nordguard.com

(On Twitter too, if you need to know about updates instantly. ;] )
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wolfofdesire Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2010  Hobbyist
cool!
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BalooUriza Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
Needs moar bear. ;o)
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MonsterBrand Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010  Professional Photographer
This piece has been featured here: [link]

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Foxlady85 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2010
O_O exelent!!!!
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Charismatic19832005 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2010
It seems skullface also in the first part,from Nordguard?

Yes or no?
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Thadius-Effingham Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2010
Fantastic pal. I love the tail sticking out from the chair. I think many non furs and even some furs don't realize the implications of sitting with one. All chair would have a hole.

Good job.
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Wandering-wolves Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Beautiful!The detail is fabulous!!Not a wasted pencil stroke.:)
How do you do such small detail and what medium do you use for it?
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Twilightbeast101 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010
Judging by the deft and passion you put into you pieces, I can tell you are very passionate as an artist.

If you don’t mind me asking, what do you consider your greatest source of inspiration?

Ps

I kind of like the smears on your black and white sketches, the sort of add a bit more effect to any art work.

Later days!!!
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WendyLynn Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Interesting conversation about the smears. I have this problem too. And I think we could write ESSAYS on smears. ;)

I'm starting to think that it comes down to paper. I'm noticing a difference in smears between my drawing and sketch papers. I think the smoother the paper the more likely it is to smear.

I also think it comes with the pencil as well - the softer pencils tend to smear like a mother*$%&, so I started doing my initial sketches in mechanical pencils and am much happier with the result.

I also try to work from the top left hand corner down (because I'm a rightey), and that tends to help too. I also use a blank index card, which is more free than being taped down. But then again it is sliding around the paper, so that could be a cause of smears, too...

Curious, what do you use to remove your eraser dust? I'm trying to use a soft brush, but even that smears a bit. I'm thinking of trying compressed air.

Anyway, good to know that the good artists have this problem as well.
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Culturedropout Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010
I love the detail and the richness of these pages. Makes me want to go there. :-)
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