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4.51 / 5.00

Date
06/18/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
600 x 843 px
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281 kb
Tags
apple
snake
cover
eve
  • Frontpaged June 23, 2011

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For the cover of the new issue of T3 Magazine (Polish edition)

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3v1lCh45m3v1lCh45m

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

This is a beautiful take on a well-known concept. The detail in the drawing is truly amazing to the point which it almost looks real. Some peopl complain that the snake doesn't look "evil" enough, but I have to disagree. The snake, despite its coloring, has an evil lok to it (I attribute this to the wonderful job you did on the eyes.) The only thing I'd change you be the location of the lowest apple. I would place that so it was covering the area just between her legs, but that is just a matter of opnion. Beautiful concept. Beautiful art. 10/10. Please make more.


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Bullsik responds:

For me albino snakes look really scary.. They have to be evil ;)

Thank you for such kind words!


MajinMaianMajinMaian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh very nice

Very beautifully done :)


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DustMakoDustMako

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Modern Art!

Don't u think it would have been better if the snake was a more dark and dangerous specie and not an albino python :P


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Bullsik responds:

For me albino snakes look more scary than dark ones. I guess that's why I chose it :)


Tha-Evil-UmpyreTha-Evil-Umpyre

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Superb... Speaks Volumes to the Seduction of...

Imagery! It wasn't so much the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good/Evil that seduced Eve (and in turn, Adam), but the sight of them, their image, the way light is manipulated to hypnotize our senses. Very captivating, post-modernist interpretation of "Da Fall", dawgz, very captivating. *FAP* *FAP* *FAP* X-D


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Element-LeafElement-Leaf

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Steve Jobs Disapproves

This is just a great piece of work. Despite the nude Eve, it doesn't feel too sexualized, and I really like how each element of the image has its own outline, which really helps it pop!


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