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Jul 1, 2017 | 7:48 PM EDT
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I'd usually write a story for you to immerse into what's happening in the drawing, but this time all you need is to listen to the song from the link below. When I heard the lyrics I just couldn't leave it be and here it is - a rather quick depiction (something around 1-2.5 hours of drawing, I can't tell really, but it seemed to be done in a blink of an eye) of what I have in mind when I listen to it.

It was VERY hard to draw. I mean - deep sea secenery is really tricky, especially if, like me, you have troubles with drawing backgrounds overall. I tried to make the ghost feel like a ghost. I didn't want things to feel too solid, but I think it could be much better. On the other hand - it could be much much worse, especially concidering that it was done relatively fast. Well, you are the one to judge!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice work, I like your limited use of color, it adds an ominous feel to your work Keep it up

Ribalt responds:

Thank You really much! I'm glad You like it ^^

As a fun fact I'll say, that the color pallete is taken from photos taken at the depths of the Baltic sea. They have that characteristic green color to them.