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Inkscape - Iron Man by Seothen
Inkscape - Iron Man
A bit o' practice with Inkscape - here's Iron Man, who possesses the absurd power of being both a billionaire trust fund child and a worthwhile person (case in point: Paris Hilton, as well as the heirs to Max Factor and DuPont).  I guess that means Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark actually have the same powers.

Anyways... the two smaller pics show the image minus blurs and filters, and the image reduced just to the paths that make it up.
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Tyranid - Inkscape by Seothen
Tyranid - Inkscape
A Tyranid warrior, done in Inkscape.  References used were an emerald beetle's shell and a close up shot of a (Grey Nurse?) shark's teeth.  Warhammer 40k.
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Wolverine - Inkscaped by Seothen
Wolverine - Inkscaped
Credits to Marcus Ranum mjranum-stock.deviantart.com/ for the stock photo I referenced.

Marvel's Wolverine, done in Inkscape, took a couple of hours.

I'll be doing a presentation September 20th for Software Freedom Day at my workplace (I have a pretty awesome workplace).  I imagine I'll be using this image in the presentation, along with creating a some graphics that I'll import into Construct 2 to make a mini-game.

2400x3300, though as it's a vector it can be re-outputted as a PNG to really any size.
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Kyle Murphy
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
Canada
Contact Kyle through dA or by his email kylemurphyart@gmail.com for commission work.

Current Residence: Ontario
Favourite photographer: Serrano
Favourite cartoon character: Xander Crews
Personal Quote: Nostalgia rocks, though maybe not as much as it used to.
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This was interesting.

An artist in Alberta was up against big oil and won (or so far has been winning) - he copyrighted the top six inches of his soil by putting original works of art all over it; if an oil company disturbs it, then they're up against copyright law which would involve paying out big bucks, not the puny $200 they would have to pay for 'merely' ruining farmland.

I wonder if this is a technique that could be applied in more areas - eminent domain coming to mind foremost, but also protecting habitats from clear cutting.  Maybe you could dress up members of an endangered species as characters from your original play and refer to their existence as 'performance art'?  I suppose you'd first need permits to create the art on land (or creatures) you don't own, which... probably won't happen.  And how would you get the animals to keep their costumes on?

[Bill Murray: "Well have you tried staples?"]

Just thinking quietly out loud on computer here, but with laws increasingly favouring profits over people, maybe individuals on the right side of things need to start creatively thinking like the bad guys.  
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Coconut-CocaCola Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Student General Artist
:iconhiiiplz: Hi there, Canadian fella! :D
Welcome in :iconkrynn-dragonlance:

*And nice painting of Laurana ;)
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Seothen Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks very much - and btw, you've got some fantastically strong stuff, love the colours in your traditionals.
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Coconut-CocaCola Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Student General Artist
Thank you dearie! (Can t wait to leave traditionnal a bit and try out digital :P!) 
Your digitals are quite impressive also :)
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Seothen Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks very much - looking forward to seeing what you produce from here. :)
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Blacksand459 Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave of "Light Upon The Green."
It is really appreciated. :D
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ilyana8 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks for joining :iconworldoffantasy: :D
We're waiting for your submissions :D
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StridersStrikersTeam Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Kyle thanks for the comment on Alan Blackwell's piece "Crusaders' Landing". We appreciate it!
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Emmanation Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for faving "Shieldmates no.2" :)
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