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Scazza by Scazza Scazza by Scazza
Well I told oyu to watch out for a new vector of myself and here it is. I had me hair chopped today so thought new look new vector. So got home set the camera up and snapped.

This is how it turned out like. For you who are confused bout the "Keep It Real" and "Live Strong" bit, my Nintendo tshirt i am wearing has the slogan Keep It Real and the yellow wrist band I am wearing is the Lance Armstrong Live Strong wrist band for his cancer research organisation.

So please comment and most important enjoy the art!
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:iconryu-industries:
Hey, I have that same exact shirt. :D Sweetness.
Excellent work on the vector here dude (especially on the hair) and really, well done on the shading. I feel it could've used a backround though. Other than that, spot on. Keep on doing what you do. ;)
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:iconcorfro:
What did you use to make it?
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:iconscazza:
I used Macromedia Fireworks MX
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:iconcorfro:
haha dude could you teach me how?
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:iconscazza:
um well i spose, all I can say is what I say to everyone, pick up Photoshop or Fireworks, get a nice sized photo, wack out the pen tool and trace. Then practice, practice and pratice. Done this for about 5 months now and thats how long its taken me to get here.
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:iconcorfro:
how do you get good detail though like on the hair and some of the clothes
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:iconscazza:
you need a big enough picture to do so. Now as I use myself I can just get up and take a picture of myself with my Sony DSC-P10, upload and use that.

The picture I get from this varies in file size from 2mb - 1.5mb and the dimensions are 1944 x 2592 so they are really big and when you zoom in to about 400% the detail you see it great and allows me to get all the detail of the hair and shirt.

So the key is how big the picture you use is, the bigger it is the better and the more detail you will get from it.
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