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Code Z by comixmill Code Z by comixmill
Promotional illustration for the property Code Z: The Series, featuring the lovely Sco sisters, Thayana, Thaina and Thaisa.
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MADstarter Featured By Owner May 3, 2011
They have GOT to be triplets. I mean, based on the first look, they all look alike.

Pretty tough women they seem to be. The background also looks outstanding, too. :)
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GRIS06 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
HERMOSO TRABAJO :nod:
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
HELL YEAH! Man, that's a pretty piece!
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staceyowens Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010
I just can't get enough of your fantastically enjoyable style! :love:
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comixmill Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010  Professional General Artist
How NICE! Thank you!
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DanNauenburg Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2010
When I went to the code Z website I thought for sure all 3 girls were played by one actress. They all looked alike.

Now I know why all 3 of the drawn girls look alike.

The style of the art really reminds me of the old Disney Hercules cartoon. Lost of sharp pointy angles mixed with a bulbous rounding of the limbs.
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comixmill Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2010  Professional General Artist
Yeah, Dan, the packet of reference material I received for this project was LOVELY!
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Rasmane Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2010   General Artist
I like how you made the ruddiness(?) of their skin tones almost imperceptible.
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comixmill Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2010  Professional General Artist
I'm not sure exactly what that means, dude, but... Thank you?
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Rasmane Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010   General Artist
A pretentious (and probably inaccurate) way of saying you put a very subtle freckled tone to the skin coloring that one would miss if he wasn’t careful.
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