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978
Score
4.40 / 5.00

Date
09/05/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
1874 x 876 px
JPG
820.4 kb
Tags
fantasy
landscape
mammoth
speed-paint

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Author Comments

25 minutes of 'I don't know what the hell I was painting but here.'

Reviews


fernybrothermen12fernybrothermen12

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 7, 2013

Imagine this, You are on a ship and you're just looking straight ahead, looking for land, but are unable to do so because of all the thick fog. And then you see something ahead. It looks like two piercing lights on a ship. You signal it to move as you are coming that way but it just keeps coming. It gets closer and closer... until you see it... a great battleship with the head of a demented humanoid with strands of hair coming down from the sides. And then it does something unexpected. It looks directly at you for what seems like ages... and it... smiles a crooked smile with jagged teeth.. and that's the last thing you ever see...



DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Sep 5, 2013

Is that perfect combination between battleship and battle elephant, with that prehistoric feel that we all love, and the absurdity levels of turrets that we all love even more! all that said i would like it to be bigger.


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PoisonHeartPoisonHeart

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Sep 5, 2013

for some reason, this is really funny. actually looking at it drags me out of a deep depression and makes me want to bust up. it's like a battle cruiser with tusks and a komodo dragon for a head, halfway between being a floating island and a bee-yoooo-tee-ful ballet dancer. very manly shoulders.

but regardless, i'm more "lolwut" than anything. sorry, but my score is relative to your work in specific, not a generalization. still, the depth of the shadows on the cruiser bits are pretty impressive.


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