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Main : ! Manip ! : Marvel Comics :  "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory

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"The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
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SubmitterThe_iMiJ_FactoryMore Photos from The_iMiJ_Factory   Last Update2004/11/14 19:35
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VampireLover
Posted: 2005/7/5 22:27  Updated: 2005/7/5 22:27
Seductress of Sin (real life Babe)
Joined: 2005/2/20
From: Hottest Depths of Hell
Posts: 2223
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
You've even detailed the rope, nice! I envy anyone who can do the webbing on Spidey's costume. Cool!
DarqueImages
Posted: 2004/12/17 17:10  Updated: 2004/12/17 17:10
Herald
Joined: 2003/8/26
From: halfway between limbo and purgatory
Posts: 1177
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
an otherwise great spidey manip somewhat ruined by the fact that we all know he was playing with a little more than his web...he even appears to have gotten so "web fluid" on himself.

other than that, looks to be a pretty good jer.......job.
BikerBot
Posted: 2004/11/15 16:33  Updated: 2004/11/15 16:33
Mr. The Mighty Lord *Krackaboom!*
Joined: 2004/1/13
From: The Good Earth
Posts: 3277
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
Nice jerk-uh, job, bro! This is also a recent Manip, not one from a while ago, yes? Keep it up! *Ahem*

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matrixblur
Posted: 2004/11/15 6:19  Updated: 2004/11/15 6:19
Heromorph's Computer Plague (invented twittering)
Joined: 2004/2/27
From: a result of bad parenting
Posts: 736
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
Nice concept!
Where do you people find these great background shots?
Marcos1968
Posted: 2004/11/15 5:19  Updated: 2004/11/15 5:19
vigilante
Joined: 2004/11/11
From:
Posts: 2
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
Good job iMiJ.

The positioning is somewhat telling.

Although, I'm not sure about the bluring effect. If movement is being conveyed then maybe blurring in one direction would give the illusion of movement better.
LocalHero
Posted: 2004/11/15 1:24  Updated: 2004/11/15 1:24
Livin' La Vida Local (Gold Member)
Joined: 2003/10/20
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Posts: 179
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
great pic. yeah unfortunately on a high contrast monitor you can still make out what he was originally holding ;)

a little more work on the blending of shadows there required. it's all in the details.
Dragondack
Posted: 2004/11/14 22:41  Updated: 2004/11/14 22:41
The Great Eternal Dragon
Joined: 2004/2/9
From: Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
Posts: 11252
 Re: "The Amazing Spider-Man" by The iMiJ Factory
Real good one iMiJ !
I'm guessing if that's the position he was in originally
he wasn't holding webbing