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3.80 / 5.00

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Aug 5, 2012 | 7:37 PM EDT
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Illustration
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1200 x 882 px
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890.5 kb
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dots
patterns
flowers
pistules

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Illustrated traditionally, colored digitally

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FelixArkFelixArk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This piece has a very classic appeal. It reminds me of the artwork for old NES game manuals. The smallest details have the greatest impact in this piece; such as the dots on the tree in the furthest part of the background and the detail put into the tentacle-esque plants on the ground. This is a very, VERY cool design. The fine lines are undoubtedly your cup of tea.


Rutger responds:

Thanks a lot! I put a lot of time into the details.


JohannekJohannek

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha, i love your surreal plants Rutger. The frame fits very well i think.
Great work, and congrats!


Rutger responds:

Thanks! :) Probably gonna do some more experimentation soon.


suchosucho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

visibly rutger-ian, but for some reason this feels like a new style for you. maybe its the pastels. really like the texture on the star peach flower clusters


Rutger responds:

Thanks! I've been spending a lot more time on my drawings lately, and since this one was drawn with fineliners instead of with Flash/Photoshop the drawings and lines themselves have a different feel to them. Plus I finally got around to coloring a traditional drawing again, which makes a huge difference from black and white.

I'm definitely gonna do more stuff with this technique though, I like how it turned out.