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Score
4.08 / 5.00

Date
12/02/2009
Category
Illustration
File Info
1650 x 2161 px
JPG
793.3 kb
Tags
man
wild
beast
brown

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What can I say, a 1999 art work

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XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice character

This was nice and must have took you some time to really bring it together i really like what you did with the hands and feet to make it really like the creature it should be.

As to improve on this? well i love backrounds so thats something i think is lacking here, maybe like a dead corpse in the backround somehow

~X~


Manuel-Dangelo responds:

I've tryed a background themed on a forest, but the character figure got lost, so I desided to publish it without backgrownd.


NanakisanNanakisan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice

very good sense of anatomy and the fact this was 10 years ago means you must have improved a great deal.


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Manuel-Dangelo responds:

In fact, more over in face and proportion. I will show some actual works in a few wiks.


studiobelievestudiobelieve

Rated 4 / 5 stars

very Van Eyck like in concept

You have a very precise and difficult style. It feels like you put a lot of thought into every strand on that wolfman's hair, just like Northern Renaissance painter Jan Van Eyck. Keep up the good work.


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Manuel-Dangelo responds:

wow, first time I'm called Renaissance xD, usually IâEUTMm called Romantic because of using one single particular spot light.
Thanks for the compliment, even if the only similitude I can see between Jan Van Eyck and me is that we both do (or he did) always draw the faces in the same position, even so I hope to reach one of this genius sometime, thatâEUTMs what we call Utopia :,(