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« on: 09-30-2003 17:37 »

Well I was going to draw the whole thing out and get really detailed and have it look really good, but I got lazy and CGed over an already existing poster.  Don't be like me.  The poster is for the opera "Carmen" and was painted by Martinez (you can see the original here: http://artwork.barewalls.com/product/artwork.exe?ArtworkID=139293&ProductID=157145  ).  Mine is horribly, horribly Photoshopped and just generally kind of slack-assed in every respect and can be seen here: http://www.geocities.com/deadpool69612/futuropera.jpg  .  It's a Geocities link so you probably need to copy and paste the URL in your browser before it'll show up.  I swear I can actually draw, I just have't done any really good Futurama things yet.  Sigh.  I need to shaddup.


Liquid Emperor
« Reply #1 on: 09-30-2003 17:50 »


Urban Legend
« Reply #2 on: 09-30-2003 19:37 »
« Last Edit on: 09-30-2003 19:37 »

oh wow. pretty.

« Reply #3 on: 09-30-2003 20:34 »

Well thanks, guys, I really didn't do much, though.  I'll do something creative sometime.  Maybe.  I need to go look for inspiration, or something, I've got no ideas.

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