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Apr 21, 2010 | 10:00 PM EDT
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A certain someone asked me to do a painting of The Red Baron from a certain Flash Game of the same name. Chances are you've heard of it. And Played it. And Eaten a Whole Chicken somewhere between beating up drug-induced visions and getting owned by a psycho with a Scythe. (Seriously, I suck so badly at the Game it brings shame to my family. But I digress.) Since he's a happy camper I figured it wouldn't hurt to upload this to the Art Portal and, well, that's pretty much what I did.

Done with Watercolor, Markers, Ink, and Acrylic in varying degrees because really I was trying to find something I liked. I'm not sure I found that but hey, enjoy my little foursome of Red Barons. 3 of them are really just doodles in my book, but I figured sharing meant caring or, well, something to that effect. I think.
-Jared

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JakBaronKingJakBaronKing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this artistic direction.

Typical superhero-isk or manga-isk looks are neat but often times over-rated.

It's a refreshing relief to the eye and soul to see someone who goes beyond the boundaries of trying to make something look a certain way.

You just do what an artist should do, dig down deep and paint how you like, how you feel, and how the painting speaks to you as you paint.

I drew like this before and it's actually quite relaxing change vs graphic arts or trying to make a comic book.

Cause there are rules in graphic arts and in comics.

ART however...TRUE art....is pure FREEDOM!

Excellent work my Comrade.


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