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Score
4.31 / 5.00

Date
01/19/2012
Category
Fine Art
File Info
1143 x 1638 px
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640.6 kb
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satan
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lowgan

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PotentApogeePotentApogee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I compliment the monstrous concept. There is something much more fearful and grotesque as to the usage of an animal skull, especially in the way you have portrayed it.
Brilliant work on achieving the glisten or 'shine' on the bloodied hands of the beast, the ribcage area of the torso and the pencil(?) work regarding the horned features.
This is one piece of Fine Art that is going into the favourites. A classically horrific piece, well done!
Also, were you perhaps inspired by the Capra Demon boss from Dark Souls?
5/5



NagnetoNagneto

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic.



xXRalphXxxXRalphXx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I see many arts here, but this one is just... so... COOL. I don't have a good word... But really nice one, just the background doesn't fit, but is amazing anyway.
Keep going!



sasuke634sasuke634

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Epic

This is amazing, I don't see a single flaw in the picture. For me it's impossible to see any backstory to this though, and I think a background could add more to the scene even if it is a very simple backdrop.

I love the character and think the skull is very well drawn, I can also see that you put a lot of detail into the hands. If you made a background then I think this picture would be perfect. I also love the fact that you use pencil, it's sad to see that there are very few artists that are good with using a pencil on here anymore, good work.



DarkVisionComicsDarkVisionComics

Rated 5 / 5 stars

DUDE THIS IS AWESOME

I love this, just my taste :} What did you use to color this?


Lowgan responds:

Colored pencil and cheap oil pastels.