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Oct 22, 2016 | 3:59 AM EDT
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very masterful and original concept. I like that it actually looks like art and not some anime/fan art/animation style doodle. If I were more primitive I would start worshiping them as GODS!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That is awsome that water mark kinda kills it though...
Maybe shrink it down a little... I know you are probably proud of your work but...
There are limits...

Mozakade responds:

I've had issues with theft, it needs to be there.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am not a regular on Newgrounds anymore. I used to come here often in the old days, but now I just stumble here every half a year or so. This piece... It's not just skillful tool-usage, like most of the "Art" section. This is thoughtful, thoughtprovoking, AND skillful tool usage. The mixture of tribal appearance, so interwoven with technology is extremely uncanny alone, but the object, which COULD as well be a weapon, or a musical instrument (or both, at the same time) just further increases the contrast (?). I am baffled by this piece of ART.

Mozakade responds:

I don't really get on much these days either. I only started posting recently because a friend suggested it. I appreciate your thoughtful comment. I really like mixing tribal things with futuristic things, you saw my concept perfectly of that. :) The object was meant to be a weapon, but I can definitely see where it looks like a musical instrument also. I love hearing the interpretation of my viewers and how they see my work opposed to my own thoughts.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now this is pretty surreal! That slithery form in chopped up pieces again, wonder if there's a re-occurring symbolism with those... something about defeating evil maybe? All that resembles a servant? Really nice character art too. So much to look at.


Mozakade responds:

Yeah, I have a lot of reoccurring symbolism in my work. The chopped up pieces have varying symbolisms in my work though. Thanks, I don't do character art as much as I used to but would like to do some again soon.