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3.65 / 5.00

Date
11/25/2010
Category
Illustration
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808 x 1052 px
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361.8 kb
Tags
surreal
trade
pierrot
knocturne

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Author Comments

I'm currently doing an art trade with the ever awesome Knocturne, so I drew his character Pierrot in a very Luxembourg-esque setting. I kind of got excited and finished this relatively soon after arranging the trade, so Knoc's side isn't finished yet.
Time spent: ~8 hours, drawn in Corel Painter 11.

Comments and critique are wonderful. I always respond.

Reviews


Cope2KCope2K

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Dec 23, 2010

Nice

Woah you're getting better with the depth thing way to go although the character still looks a tad bit flat the BG looks nice. Keep up the good work :)


Luxembourg responds:

Ah, damn. He looks flat? My bad. I do feel I did a better job with the background's depth, but I see what you mean. Depth and perspective have always been my nemeses.
Thanks for the review, Cope.


sandordudesandordude

Rated 4 / 5 stars Nov 28, 2010

umm

another senseless drawing with the intention to be interpretated... i think that's lame.. that idea..
but it was drawed quite good


Luxembourg responds:

It's an art trade; I drew it with the intent to draw my friend's character as I wanted to, and to break in my new tablet. I never once had any intent for it to appear "deep" or "meaningful". I never once said that I had any intent of the sort, so don't act like I was trying to make it look like that.
It goes for the record, as well, that I'm offended that you would call this "senseless". Too many people think that art has to have some sort of hidden meaning to be art, but I feel that art simply has to use imagination to be art. If I'm expressing the moods and ideas of my mind, that should be good enough for people. This has emotion, it has effort, it has imagination, it serves a purpose. It's not "senseless." I can take all kinds of criticism, and I have in the past, but you're defining my art without any idea what you're talking about, and that just upsets me.
Thanks for the comment, anyways. Glad you like the quality of the drawing, if not the subject matter itself.


KnocturneKnocturne

Rated 5 / 5 stars Nov 25, 2010

Neat!

The setting fits the character very nicely and even better, your style works with Pierrot better than how I draw him!

This isn't one of those "Thanks...ugh" type reviews either, it's oozing with sincerity ;D.


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Luxembourg responds:

Thanks, Knoc. The setting doesn't make sense, Pierrot doesn't make sense, so I guess it makes a good fit. I like the way you draw him more, but I felt like I did a decent job with it. He does fit my style, I'll admit that.
"You're welcome...ugh." I hope you really are sincere, but I guess you never really know.
Thanks for dropping a comment on it. Glad you like it.