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  • Frontpaged May 8, 2013

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Author Comments

It doesn't matter what it is, all that matters is that I'm done with it...
I'm still struck dumbfounded a bit due to the fact this got frontpaged.
Thanks to Jazza for featuring this piece in his showcase, All of this was possible to that lovely chap.
You can find it here .com/watch?v =7cF9Cs Vrxy4



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

Yes, I'm glad you mentioned the showcase! I am just there looking at all the stuff. Well, I mean, you're not Jazza, but you get the idea. I love this piece because of how insane it is. Even the title makes you wonder what it's all about. This thing looks really slender.

Not going to make a Slender Man joke, or did I? It looks like some Atlantean abomination. Some creature that's trying to go to the surface and just feels bad about itself. The eyes look particularly dead. The use of colors, especially blue, is great here.


Rated 4 / 5 stars May 11, 2013

Such a strange creature. Congrats on front page, man.

Revolutsia responds:

Thanks a ton!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 9, 2013

Very well done, indeed! The subject is something one would find awe-inspiring on so many levels. There's not just the power that's projected, but a certain amount of grace as well; its almost like a dancer, in a strangely beautiful way. The alienness of the figure adds to awe, as does the purple, blue and green hews- these hews could be a bit stronger in places, and perhaps a bit of strange, jewelry-like wearings, like something amounting to a necklace or rings, could be added. Keep up the good work!

Revolutsia responds:

I accidentally smudged some of the colours out of the way while making this, so that is one of the many mistakes I made, I would like to add more detail, I just can't figure out how to make that "Belt" look like a blasting belt, (I could draw it, but the basis of this is all about smudging).
Really glad you liked this, like really glad.


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 9, 2013

just great

Revolutsia responds:

Well thank you!


Rated 4 / 5 stars May 1, 2013

whoa man, LOVE this. Adding it to my favs. Really strong aesthetic tone, GREAT use of color and the pose is really communicative, it conveys strength and resilience, and a kind of kingly pride, that mixed with the bizarre figure and features of his anatomy, make for a really interesting piece. Great work!

Revolutsia responds:

About the Kingly Pride, the title of this previous to the idea of the color pallet was going to be something similar to royalty or some of that in the sorts, preferably regal, the only reason I did use this color palett and changed the title was due to photoshop buggering up and adding mild tones of color whenever I smudged an area to the thirteenth mayan layer of hell.
Really glad you like it!