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4.56 / 5.00

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Sep 13, 2009 | 1:55 AM EDT
Category
Illustration
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672 x 488 px
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750 kb
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ink
pen
leaves
sharpie

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Author Comments

This was another abstract rendition I did with a photo I took of a burnt tree trunk. I threw in a little sharpie for fun because I had the red colour. I thought it would look good to layer the drawing, to have the bark peeling away, and the mechanical aspects underneath the natural ones.

whatever, in the end its really just some random designs

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nutritionfacts321nutritionfacts321

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The many feelings of a tree

One thing I really like are the designs you have from behind the leaves. The red that is added makes me feel for the tree that was harmed. I really like it, great piece.



Escapist2041Escapist2041

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazing...

you took a picture of something fairly simple, but you transformed it in a way that the original picture can barely be recognized!!! all the deatil is amazing... keep up the wesome work!!!


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CptBeefcake responds:

thanks


thepetergriffinthepetergriffin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very cool concept

i like how you changed the idea of the image into a whole new perspective,if that makes any sense...great work :D


CptBeefcake responds:

yeah..... it does!
I've done this drawing countless times and it's always great to find a new way to do it. It's also how I develop new styles and ways to draw things. usually none of them have to do with reality. Reality is boring :P


NeverShoutNeverNeverShoutNever

Rated 5 / 5 stars

10/10

This is an amazing piece of art, I really like it because it's mysterious at the same time cool looking.


CptBeefcake responds:

thunks