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There's a hobo in the attic

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14,114
Score
4.35 / 5.00

Date
12/19/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
857 x 1143 px
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435.8 kb
Tags
sad
hobo
drawing
pastels
  • Frontpaged December 19, 2012

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Author Comments

poor lonesome hobo.

made with hard pastels on black paper.
its actually black&white, just added a different tone to it.

(i know, the window looks weird)

ooh, thank you for the FP! :)

Reviews


ZabuJardZabuJard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 1, 2013

god damn dude, fuckin rad as shit man gj



sa6osa6o

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 17, 2013

Well he have money to light a lamp. He smokes and drinks that is what I see.



ericvansingelericvansingel

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 11, 2013

Im fine wiht the anatomy... this is more expressionism than realism I think it works.



dabeast15001dabeast15001

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 3, 2013

Great I love it! Especilly the smoke. It looks great.



cratbrocratbro

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jan 1, 2013

You've got a lot of skill, and this is lovely, but I think you should work on your anatomy.

The hobo's left one shoulder is a little too anterior relative to the torso, and looks like it has a double shoulder joint due to its lateral positioning. The forearms are a little too shrunken compared to the upper arms, even for a malnourished person. Just as a reminder, the body burns fat first if the malnourished person is physically active, but burns muscle first if they are sedentary, due to muscle needing more energy to maintain.

Lastly, you should consider making his feet longer.


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Johannek responds:

thanks for your review!
you're right, i need to study some more.
i didn't think much of anything when i made this, haha. this was all improvisation. (started with the head, then the arms, legs etc.) maybe i should stop doing that.
i'll keep it in mind, thank you!