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    I actually did these up in Photoshop, so they're raster images. 'Twas just a quick exercise in vector technique.


    Groucho Marx

    Adolph Hitler
    Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

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    Nice, smooth lines there. I like Hitler better though. His head and ear have a great flow. I don't think everything has to be traced exactly as they are, but the blobby hand reminds me of teletubbies, hehe. The gradients don't fit in these in my opinion. A thick black with white on Groucho and a bloody red and white on Adolf?

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