[EDIT] Changed the image a bit after our class critique. There's some improvements most notably in her face, her hair, and some overall texture work. Hope you don't mind the spamming, I couldn't stand to leave the older version up X)
*whew!* This is due tomorrow morning
O'course, I have to do two interiors to go with it and get it printed and matted too, but that's a stress rant I won't go into further.
A project for my illustration class: design a book cover for a 'classic book'... I'm not exactly sure thirty years qualifies TLU as a classic, but my teacher and I are on pretty good terms, so I got it through
Anyway...lol, you should see the way the real media base for this tanked itself. I weep for the linework, but hey, if it hadn't have tanked, it never would've become digital now would it?
Anyway, PLEASE don't take this. I can't emphasize enough how utterly peeved I would be if a portfolio piece like this got stolen. So, sorry for the intense watermarking. *shrug*
Characters and story (C) Peter S. Beagle. And srsly, if you haven't read it YOU SHOULD. It's amazing. The movie doesn't count.