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3.26 / 5.00

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2400 x 1108 px
1.8 mb
  • Frontpaged July 7, 2012

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Author Comments

I think this is the most complex picture I have created in my style of digital.
I am pleased with how it came out for the most part, especially since I am so lazy when it comes to coloring.
Thanks for taking the time to look at it!
-Edit: Front page!? Wow! Thanks! That means a lot.



Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 12, 2012

All dicks aside, I love this picture, did you use flash or Photoshop, because I really like the style and shading.

Luvcub responds:

I used the free edition of Twisted Brush Open Studio.
I can't afford anything other than free, so that's what I use lol.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 12, 2012

i loled. I like mocking atheists who don't realize a bishop created the scientific method.

This picture defines an understanding of whateverness

Luvcub responds:

1. Don't say you know something that you do not know. Though I didn't know a bishop helped lay out the rules, my stance is still unmoved. I don't think all christians are evil ignorant people. I know there are christians who are great and try to help society become a better place.
2. I mock, as in I think it's kind of far-fetched, and I poke a little, mostly to make the ignorant people upset.
3. I also never said I am an atheist. I am an agnostic, but I think the idea of God is a little far-fetched, but may not be impossible, so I call myself kind of an agnostic atheist, when i'm basically just agnostic.
4. Thanks for the high rating.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 12, 2012

I really like your picture. its funny, its unique, its ballzy, and is relatively complex as a composition. I myself am an art student in San Francisco California. I got hooked on figure drawing but i like a less traditional approach to art. The use of new media is refreshing in a remake of MichelangeloĆ¢EUTMs painting of the Sistine Chapel. the art is just fun!

but i also want to also make a point here. I am a catholic and i appreciate art, respect your sexual freedom, and I am free thinking. Us Catholics get a bad rap for being Gay haters, Abortion stopping, ignorant conservative assholes. I just want you to know that we are not all the same and I wish you the best of luck as an artist and as a person.

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Luvcub responds:

I have nothing against people who are free thinking and have a religion that they practice peacefully.
My only problem is when they try to push their beliefs onto others and use it to influence children in a negative way.
I am an agnostic atheist, as in I can't prove there is a God, and I can't prove there isn't one, but I think it's a little far-fetched.
This picture isn't really meant to bash religion, though I will be happy if it makes some fundamentalists cringe.
Thank you for the lovely comment, and I wish you best of luck with your art.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 11, 2012

ok, this puts a complete flip side on the picture you are referencing. i mean, the fact the devil is overweight, and that there are tentacles behind him shows the new focus of many mankind these days. of spending hours at a computer, eating junk food, watching tentacle hentai... the new age sin.

maybe i look into the art too much. but i really feel that from this picture. being a chubby myself, i can also feel relaxed looking at this picture - as you have made chubbiness seem more acceptable, and dare i say it - sensual. As he's gonna be Lucifer's bitch! =P

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Luvcub responds:

Ha, I love what you think of it, sadly I don't put much thought into all of my drawings, I just draw what makes myself happy, and what I just come up with simply.
I like chubby guys, horror, darkness, blood, gore, flowers, tentacles, landscapes, and mocking religion.
All of that just manifests itself into my drawings.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jul 10, 2012


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