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4.57 / 5.00

Jan 10, 2010 | 9:40 PM EST
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Author Comments

Heres a rendition of one of my earlier drawings. I decided to scan it and add a little colour just to get out of the black and white routine :P theres nothing new to the drawing (like a little depth) but I'm happy with the result. Enjoy!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great work

The ''ribbony'' pattern used throughout this piece really highlights the fact that it is not ''a tree and a piece of earth'', but rather a whole body, one leading of flowing into the other, yet part of one big essence.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

glad to see something new from you

wonderful art,its really good and colorful,i like the variety

CptBeefcake responds:

its funny that you mention variety because even though I'm using a different medium the thick lines and motifs are mostly the same. The colour is really the only feature that sets it apart. anyway thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Absoulutely amazing! I wanted to make this my user image, but it wouldn't fit.

CptBeefcake responds:

haha sorry, I didn't plan for that
I'm sure you could crop off the edges and size it down so that it fits
thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Really good piece. I've never seen this in B&W but I love the color. What really draws my eye are the leaves. There is something near by where I am located that uses this technique or feel in a brochure and 've seen it elsewhere but the thoughts that conjure up in my head from the color and piece makes this much more great. Great job!

CptBeefcake responds:

thanks. my only complaint (to myself I guess) is how insubstantial the background is. It does seem like this piece needs some negative space, but the contrast between the sky and earth are a little too exaggerated.