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4.73 / 5.00

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Jun 20, 2009 | 6:55 PM EDT
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600 x 1073 px
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watchmen
rorschach

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Author Comments

Love the exchanges between Walter and the News Vender. I took a panel changed the perspective and change the context so it regards what will eventually happen to Rorschach. Not to happy with the colors but i wanted to keep that flat style from the origonal art work.

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Cool47660Cool47660

Rated 0 / 5 stars

i don't get it...



NicknclankNicknclank

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice artwork!

For some reason, this art seems to represent Rorschach sadness. It,s probably because of his frown, but still...

I noticed that in the end, Rorschach was right! It was the end of the world! The only way to save mankind was to sacrifice a whole population! It showed that the world was falling apart in that time...



CoopCoop

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Rorschach's Journal"

"October 12th, 1985. Tonight, a Comedian died in New York."

Well, with all fo the fan art that I've seen for Watchmen, this is by far the most insightful, faithful and subtle that I've seen. It reminds me of the images that I've seen in the original graphic novel and I found myself actually getting my copy out to check the detail.

Not the exact art copy, but I prefer that it isn't - the work is eerily similar to Moore & Gibbons' most celebrated work, that there isn't really that much explanation needed. In fact, you've only used the word "watchmen" once, and that was for the tag. It brings a lovely quality to the piece and if I were hyper critical, I'd say that you're a little too tidy with your work, as 1985 New York was quite dilapidated and dirty, both in the novel and the movie, where yours looks quite clean and the absence of dirt is almost chilling, to be honest.

The reflection in the coffee cup would have been brilliant, except the water looks a little still - keep the audience guessing a little more and make it just that little bit more subtle, to finish it off.

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CombineAdvisorCombineAdvisor

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice but..

he was tapping him from behind



ACYLACYL

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is the scene in watchen

Boy i love that comic. good work