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Darkness of the Ocelot

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4.57 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 18, 2011 | 2:59 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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601 x 900 px
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240.8 kb
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ocelot
charcoal

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Author Comments

Drawing of an Ocelot with green watercolors paints and charcoal.
It's a little hard to see what the green really looks like I blame my camera for that but it still came out alright. :)

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shindroxshindrox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice! Would be awesome if you did a wolf picture too!



xbr0k3nh3arttxxbr0k3nh3arttx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great perspective, detail, and line work. I love how the body and arm fade off into the background as if it was a photograph focused directly on the face. Beautiful. I love the reddish purple and green tones in the piece. It throws me off in an unexpected (but completely positive) way. I love the expression on (lets say) his face, it holds my gaze. I like the simultaneous contrast (only slight) that is created by the red and green tones. You made a 2 dimensional piece yet managed to give it form and a 3 dimensional feel, especially in the muzzle and around the eyes. Nice! Keep at it you're a fine artist! :)



MashbyMashby

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great detail

really nice work, the markings are spot on as well as the tiny hairs that add the final details, 10/10 5/5



WetPhyseterWetPhyseter

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Eh.

I have mixed feelings on these sort of pieces. They're talented, but they don't really show any creativity. So while it's a great display being able to capture an image with media, it's not particularly impressive or exciting. Now a days, you're basically doing archaic photography.



LegolaSSLegolaSS

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i see what your saying

its very hard to make out the green in this picture, im sure it looks alot more impressive in person... really love the depth you have created in this piece, i would have never thought water colour and charcoal would be a good mix but you have proved me wrong, looking forward to more artwork from yourself :3


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