Argiope

Kruggar

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Hey folks just got my Argiope aurantia Illustration to a point where I can show it off. I still need to do the bristles on the legs/palipalps/abdomen, and any tweaking that people suggest. I am open to full criticism.

Thanks everyone, Kruggar.

 
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TomM

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What is there to criticize? This is amazing! Keep'em coming.
 

jbm150

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Phenomenal! Absolutely beautiful work :clap:

I just saw your H. mac, that is amazing as well!
 

zonbonzovi

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Lookin' good, Kruggar. Will you be offering this up for print sale via deviantart when finished?
 

Kruggar

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Lookin' good, Kruggar. Will you be offering this up for print sale via deviantart when finished?
Oh absolutely, prints will/are available upon request. Not through DA though, the artists get less then 5% of the cost!

I'm still trying to get all my stuff off the ground, but being in the middle of my finals things are going to have to wait a few weeks. Keep me in mind ;)

Thanks everyone.
Richard
 

Kruggar

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Hey folks, just an update, finally got my Argiope aurantia done. Let me know what you think, but sorry for the bad upload, I tried 4 times to loose the pixilization. Thanks, Richard

 

8by8

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That's amazing. I see this spp. everywhere around here during the summer. Your right it is missing a few patches of hair, but why do any more its awesome. Only reason I would add those hairs is to be scientifically correct.
 

Kruggar

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That's amazing. I see this spp. everywhere around here during the summer. Your right it is missing a few patches of hair, but why do any more its awesome. Only reason I would add those hairs is to be scientifically correct.
Oh? where am I missing hair patches? I'd be happy to correct that.
Thanks.
 
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