Fairly OddParents pics by TS

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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Tigersrock144 » Sat Sep 03, 2005 11:28 am

love the detail in the colouring
the shading, the crease makrs on the jumper, the hair and you made a good job on the eyes
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by tommy » Fri Sep 09, 2005 11:06 am

Thanks! let's go for some more cuteness, courtecy of Trixie (sketch first):
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by cuteswan » Fri Sep 09, 2005 6:22 pm

Thanks for more goodness.  You're definitely inspiring me to pick up a pencil again...

BTW, what other shows or themes do you draw?  I'd love to see more.
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by tommy » Sat Sep 10, 2005 2:44 am

I've tried all kinds of shows in the past: Simpsons, Fairly Oddparents, Family Guy, Inspector Gadget, As Told by Ginger, My Dad the Rockstar... but trust me, you don't wanna see that old stuff. I only felt confident enough of my recent work to post it here.
And great to hear you'll start drawing again. Inspiring other artists is all what you can wish for! Hope to see your new work soon.

Here's the colored version of the Trixie pic. Inspired by the "Just the Two of Us" episode, in which she turns into an obsessed and potentially homocidial maniac... but here's she's her usual cool and lovely self.
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by tommy » Mon Sep 12, 2005 1:59 pm

And yet another cute FOP chick. Grown-up Tootie at the masked ball...
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Dagdamor » Wed Sep 14, 2005 9:35 am

I have no words about the colored version of Trixie. It's simple yet beautiful, and all those small folds on her clothes look very believable. I liked this picture a lot, despide the unusual design of the character. Great work, Tommy.
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by tommy » Sun Oct 02, 2005 12:16 am

Thanks Serge!
Here's a Trixie pic that I made some time ago, but never posted at the forum. I'm quite happy with it, but I'm not sure everyone will appreciate the amount of nudity in it.
Althrough she IS completely naked, the pic looks pretty innocent to me - nothing disturbing or overly erotic.
Anyway, judge for yourself. Trixie loves the beach, but she doesn't like tanlines...

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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by cuteswan » Sun Oct 02, 2005 4:29 am

Not to be overly pessimistic, but there is perhaps one little thing in the latest picture that will raise concerns, though the picture is artistically pretty darned good (as usual ;) ).

It's hard to tell with the laptop screen, but perhaps the ocean and sand could have a better point of separation.  Also, her face looks a bit more round than I'm used to... Maybe only one side at a time is round in most pictures(?).  As for background, the sky and sun look great, and the starfish is a nice touch.
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Marco » Sun Oct 02, 2005 12:29 pm

Whops, managed to pass by just seconds before the edit.
Sorry Tommy, but i agree with the edit. Remember, this is a totally free site without age restrictions. Even if i think we all are adult and/or mature enough here, remember that *everyone* can browse this board.

This doesn't detract at all from your skills and talents, of course. :)
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by D.B. » Sun Oct 02, 2005 12:34 pm

Not to be overly pessimistic, but there is perhaps one little thing in the latest picture that will raise concerns, though the picture is artistically pretty darned good (as usual ;) ).
Hmm, I'm afraid I'm gonna have to agree here. I appreciate your putting it in a link and having a clear warning and stuff, but that "one little thing" maybe just makes it a bit too much content wise. In future I'd advise doing an alternate, more PG version of such pics (you wouldn't have to change much in this pic to make it perfectly acceptable) and posting that.
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Archonix » Sun Oct 02, 2005 1:35 pm

Yes, a strategically placed shell of a bit of kelp should be enough. :)
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Marco » Sun Oct 02, 2005 1:39 pm

From experience, books also work nicely ;P
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by tommy » Sun Oct 02, 2005 7:29 pm

Here's the same thing again, slightly modified to make it acceptable content wise.
Don't worry, Trixie... tan lines are sexy too!  ;)

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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Andreas » Sun Oct 02, 2005 8:43 pm

Well, I haven't seen the pic without stategically placed shells, starfishs or books, but the "clean" version is great anyways - you can almost feel the strenght of the sun.  :)  And even at the risk of repeating myself: It's very cute!
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Re: Fairly OddParents pics by TS

Post by Casper » Sun Oct 02, 2005 11:24 pm

There's somthing about this pic and the word 'naked', that almost makes me glad I missed the first pic! I mean, dude, your soooooo good that drawing various parts of..... atonomy, would be a lil' to much!

I haven't posted here before, but I checked it out every now and then and, its all good! Very, VERY impresive stuff. Keep it comin'!
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