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4.24 / 5.00

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1000 x 1414 px
551.6 kb
  • Frontpaged March 18, 2013

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Author Comments

Watercolor and colored pencil.



Rated 5 / 5 stars Mar 20, 2013

I think the fading on this is really what instantly stood out to me. It reminds me of book cover art from the 80's - 90's. I think it would even look good in a book-paper kind of sepia tone.

This really fills me with nostalgia for old short horror story collections I used to read, and besides, the faded colors really lends appropriately to all the horror elements here: early night/early morning twilight sky; dark bluish-green leaves and pale brown tree-trunks (which the sky also lends to); a similar set of tones on the house; of course the pale 'everything' on the banshee...

Long story short, keep whatever "ate color" from this... it could come in handy. ;-)

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Axlys responds:

Thank you for your nice words ^^. Among other things, I spent many hours reading and looking my fairy tale books when I was a child. Maybe this art influence me in some way. But now, I try to do my own style :3


Rated 5 / 5 stars Mar 20, 2013

Reminds me of my Neighbors, fricken Banshee's

Axlys responds:

Lol, why your neighbors? Are they crying all day long?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Mar 20, 2013

Wow... this looks amazing...
She's beautiful and terrifying at the same time... o.o

Axlys responds:

Thank you so much! :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Mar 18, 2013

This is pretty damn good! While I must admit, it looks quite plain and bland with color (maybe more shading and contrast with colors and shadows?) it is quite well done. The extremely high quality details make up much of what I enjoy most from this piece. It also depicts the 'banshee' in a way I don't enough of too...

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Axlys responds:

Thank you for your kind words! ^^ In fact the photo ate color from the original especially from the intermediate tones. Anyway, maybe it would need a higher contrast.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Mar 18, 2013

wow how did you do that is traditional, no photoshop or watercolor, is done by hand!, I love this kind of drawing, Greetings

Axlys responds:

Thanks :) I used watercolor, I said it in the comments, but it hasn't photoshop at all.