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4.00 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 6, 2010 | 12:20 AM EDT
Category
Illustration
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700 x 950 px
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345.1 kb
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pencil
surreal
centipede
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Author Comments

Hello.
Comments and critiques are appreciated; I always respond.

Reviews


TheLastCanadianTheLastCanadian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is very well done

I like the style you use in your art, especially your pencil(?) drawings.

They're very good. You have a talent for expressions and gestures.


Luxembourg responds:

Yikes, I'm sorry I didn't notice this review earlier!
I'm glad you like the style, and, yes, these are drawn in pencil.
Thanks for yet another review, Canadian man.


superamebasuperameba

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Neato

I like this, and after reading your response to PyRo-FaCe I notice that the use of the multiple arms says a lot more than the actual facial expression in this drawing. Is that the crease of a book or just something you added via photoshop/gimp/whatever?
Good job


Luxembourg responds:

It's the crease! This drawing was made in my moleskine notebook. I intentionally made it so that it would go between the pages. No real reason why, but that's what the black line is.
Thanks for the review. Glad you like it, sir.
(Damn, I end almost all of my reviews with that phrase.)


PyRo-FaCePyRo-FaCe

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty cool

Whats the story behind it? It reminds me of something you would see in a Hideo Miyazaki film and thats saying something.


Luxembourg responds:

I don't mean to sound like I'm OCD or something, but it's Hayao Miyazaki. I think you've accidentally fused his name with Hideo Kojima (who makes the Metal Gear games.)
I don't have a specific story for the character like I do for some of the 'Character of the Week' drawings I do in the art forum, but I wanted to create a character who conveyed multiple emotions all at once. Multiple faces are overused, so I went a different route and made the character convey them through its arms.
Thanks for the review. I'm glad you like it.