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Courfeyrac + Prouvaire by ColonelDespard Courfeyrac + Prouvaire by ColonelDespard
Courfeyrac and Prouvaire cooking up something inflammatory for publication...

Courfeyrac is wearing his hat at a rakish tilt because, well, he's Courfeyrac.
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Spirit-Lily Oct 20, 2010  Student Writer
Yes, the tilted hat is so Courfeyrac. And I love how you make Prouvaire look like a mature adult, but still young.
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Stardustseraphim Jul 3, 2009
I love Prouvaire's waistcoat.

Your shading is amazing. I do not have any patience with cross-hatching.
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:iconcoloneldespard:
I thought it needed one that was a bit...erm...bold. I never would have thought I'd like cross-hatching, but it was the only real means available to me while I was at work of sketching, so I took it up as a technique. Glad you liked it!
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:iconchristian-milborrow:
I love the shading, very realistic.
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:iconcoloneldespard:
Many thanks - glad you think it worked...it's rather stylised, but fun to do.
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:icondarkair:
very nice how you shaded in everything, especially the clothes' wrinkles~
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:iconcoloneldespard:
Thank you! Glad you think it worked...I don't know what my colleagues think when they see me flicking the pen repeatitively over the paper during meetings to do the crosshatching.
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:icondarkair:
no problem~
rofl, if they don't know you draw they're probably like, 'she must be very bored 0_0'
so i'd think, unless you're looking very concentrated, then that would look funny :' 3
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HistoryKnightLS Jun 20, 2009
XDDDDDD FeyFey is such a fop. :XD:

Your crosshatching amazes me.
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:iconcoloneldespard:
He is, isn't he? I had to make one of them a flash dresser in contemporary style, and we already know that it wasn't Prouvaire (although that waistcoat he has on is - ugh - a bona fide style from the time). Those vast lapels on the c. 1830 men's wear just crack me up, although I couldn't bring myself to give them ideal tiny waists and the huge hips and feminine thighs. I'm adamant that *none* of the ABC boys cinched their waist in.
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