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4.11 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 5, 2011 | 2:45 PM EDT
Category
Fine Art
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590 x 456 px
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54.4 kb
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watercolor

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LongStockLongStock

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very cool

I didn't see the dog in the bottom left corner until I took a really good look at it...

This is a very chilled picture, I really do love it :)
What did you use to make it?


LachrymoseLindsey responds:

watercolor... and the falling snow is acrylic.


ancientmagicksancientmagicks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love Zero

This is truly wonderful. And trust me, I'm picky when it comes to TNBC things. It's my favorite movie. You did a great job at capturing the true abstract nature of Burton with this.

And Zero is awesome. Period.



RamatsuRamatsu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ahhhhhh

Nightmare before Christmas!! Brings back memories



DestrayopDestrayop

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I get the same vibe as the guy below me

Very cool/trippy landscaping, the twisting land and everything really gives it a nice feel for a nightmare. 5/5 10/10



RottenPumpkingPieRottenPumpkingPie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i like it. i like it

so yeah again i like this painting. i feel it reminds me of the movie when it first came out in 199somthing but yeah any ways i like that i can see the time and effort you put into the piece. i also like how your trying to capture the landscape more then anything and not just fill it with a bunch of charters from the movie. Don't git me wrong i like jack and sally and everyone but i loved the land scape in that movie the most. It really made me want to be there.but anyways i am rambling so good job and keep up the good work...or don't your chose P.S. you git a 9 because there is always room for improvement