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4.77 / 5.00

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1400 x 980 px
587.9 kb
  • Frontpaged November 9, 2011

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Author Comments

Took a while to complete!

Special thanks to Krinkels for keepin' me company while I made this pic.

EDIT: Thanks for the front page!!!! That totally cheered me up so freakin' much. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 11, 2012

Not Snippy!

Looks, like I am going to need some more minions.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 9, 2011

I love It

This feels like it's got a story behind it and it's awesome.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 8, 2011

Brillant Picture

This picture is outstanding. I love the detail you added to the soldier. The background is very fluid and smooth, it make this picture stand out from most other pictures that I have seen so far. This picture makes me crave war, it makes me feel as if I could take on any enemy I encounter. 10/10 Very masterful piece of art.


Rated 4 / 5 stars Nov 26, 2011


The terror of nuclear of war.
The entrance onto the battlefield marks the beginning of a great sin. The minute you arm yourself and enter the war-field, you are a murderer. He may have a family or an innocent life elsewhere. That does not change the fact.
The entire work is a saga.
Weaved into this very explosion is the story of a life.
Everything in this work is well placed. The blue background presents a aura that is not sorrowful, but melancholy. The entirety of horror and the beauty of steel machines is depicted in those thousand pixels.
It is a monumentous memorial.
An elegant success.
The use of the blue is great. The fact that he is wearing a mask hides his emotions. What is he? Is he mournful, hating the very country he fights for? Is he zealous, blind to the ambitions of a overlord? We will never know. I that we shall remember is those blank blue frames covering his eyes.
The man in that suit could me anyone.
You, me, them, anyone.
The minute we enter war, we lose all innocence and righteousness.
That alone, is the greatest part of the work.
"Forgive me father,
I have tainted our blood,
And forsaken my children.
The world will scream,
For my failure is the greatest."

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Rated 5 / 5 stars Nov 25, 2011

well I can see why it was in the front page!

It`s a masterpiece! With all the details and lighting It`s just perfct!

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