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Original: Yliuh

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15 minute speedpaint while listening to Muse's Exogenesis: Symphony Part 3 (Redemption)
colors ds, photoshop cs4

oringinal depths-of-sound doujinshi-support-club paint-o-rama

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Comments

  1. Morrow Oct 10, 2009

    Very dark and creepy. I like it! ;)

  2. sailorchiron Oct 11, 2009

    Very dark. I like the skin color, it's kinda green and creeeeepy.

  3. Sinever Oct 11, 2009

    creepy but it looks awesome!
    keep it up girl ^^

  4. shinshinovi Oct 12, 2009

    Some bad strokes spotted in teh hair, but it can be forgiven. Art has the power to blow someone away. ;]

    *gets blown away on the precision on shades*

  5. Strike-Force Dec 15, 2009

    Excellent ! I love it a lot

  6. TrigunPreacherGirl Jan 09, 2010

    Spooky, yet inspiring in its own right. I love how you can't see everything, so you look just a little bit longer to get the full impact of what you're looking at.

  7. Soileyh Jan 23, 2010

    Somehow the person looks like Matthew Bellamy of Muse... perhaps you subliminally do it, or is it based on a picture of a friend of yours? Love the darkness... you did a great job!

  8. CyanideBlizzard Retired Moderator Oct 28, 2011

    I call fakes on the fifteen minute part. Are you going to tell me that you took fifteen minutes to create such a distinct and beautifully haunting piece? Either you are a goddess, or these be lies!

    So first off, I know a lot of people see it as spooky, and while I can completely understand and this isn't meant to count that, I find it actually more so haunting and elegant. So much so that I look at this more as a metaphorical piece that sometimes all the secrets just don't lie in our eyes, but rather in ourselves on the whole. Absolutely gorgeous in how eerie it is, and the beauty behind that.

    I'm also really loving how you executed this piece. The reason why I look at this and have such a tough time seeing it as a speed drawing is the attention paid to detail, proper shading and shadowing. These little touches really make this piece stand out even more so and give it that extra bit of oomph to it, from the air, to the position of the lighting as well. I seriously love how you worked this piece.

    While I haven't nearly rambled as much as I normally do, sometimes it's the simpler things that go along way. For me, even if this was done in fifteen minutes, speaks to me much more than a piece someone could spend months working on. This is beautiful and brilliant solely for that.

  9. somax Apr 09, 2012

    wooow really cool one:) good job

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