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Original: Introducing Chang Wang Lee

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Oh wow! I think I've spent more than 8 average hours trying to finish this image and then suddenly I felt like I should work on some grasses along with that wrecked car that received a lot of bullet holes in the background. By the way, Chang Wang's about to ambushing some of the far-away hostile vehicles out in the open in a grasslands 1500 meters away from his current position.

To tell you a little info about him, he's always loved to set off fireworks with his Javelin missile launcher ever since his dad would take him down to the missile firing range since we works as an Firing Range Coordinator at the anonymous military base that most people never heard off (possible PMC-owned base). Should I give out some specific details? I might do so... But not a lot lol.

I think I give a bit credit on the Javelin weapon. It seems to reflect much light to it with some neatness to the lines that would fit along with it and also a bit with his SMG weapon (I didn't have a name for it yet but I'll come up with something). Most weapons don't have a lot of luminosity effect but it gives out some textures comparing to the link that I've found on Google ----> http://rap4.com/images/t68/T68_Gen4_Black_Military.jpg

Well that's pretty much it. If you got something to share some info bout the image or just admire it feel free to do so! :3

JASC Paint Shop Pro 7, Paint Tool SAI
~12 hours, 70+ layers, 400dpi,
Chang Wang Lee (C) me

NOTE: I might write down his personal bio sooner or later on my website when I got time to do so. To be honest I haven't been working on it for awhile. ':/

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  1. Hooyaah May 10, 2013

    This is dramatically different from the image that you submitted in the sand box recently. You truly made some remarkable improvements. There is depth and dimension to the piece now and some nice details to enhance it. The only thing that I might suggest is giving the tree trunks a hard outline, not necessarily much darker than the brown of the trees as they are now. It would help define the edge better.

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