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Three Day Road

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4.52 / 5.00

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Jan 25, 2010 | 8:32 PM EST
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trench
ww1

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Author Comments

Here's a quick poster I did for a book called Three Day Road. It took about 2 hours and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. It's supposed to be a collage of some of the events in the book, but most of it just depicts world war 1.

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rafaelhrafaelh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Favorited

I just favorited you because what most appreciate i an artist it's he's originality and that kind of art you do i've never seen before.


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CptBeefcake responds:

thanks, being original means a lot more to me than having good technique


thepetergriffinthepetergriffin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

OH NO

BOYS,WERE GOIN DOWN


CptBeefcake responds:

haha, they're going down pretty hard


NeverZoneNeverZone

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wow

This is.... i dont even know! The style is somewhere I'v never been before. If thats water colors you painted with or however brush you did it with weather it be horse hair or digital, it came out great.

The only thing i notice is at first, is that the plane that is falling looks like it has eyes. So I thought there was a burning robot comming down from the sky. And right there, thats why I liked it. Your style caused me to take the time to look at all the details which I almost never do.

Overall....cool, very cool.


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CptBeefcake responds:

thanks a ton. Just so you know after looking back on it the plane does sort of catch your attention because it looks like it has eyes, but those are supposed to be the insignias for the british airplanes in WW1. its great to hear positive feedback on something like this that kind of breaks away from the style I've been doing all along.