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Score
4.33 / 5.00

Date
05/27/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
1819 x 1819 px
JPG
1.5 mb
Tags
art-nouveau
inks
neo-traditional
negative-space
  • Frontpaged May 27, 2012

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Author Comments

What was suppose to be a study on drawing on negative space turned out to be a full fledged hairy illustrations with hidden easter eggs! See whether you can find the two skulls amongst other things. Do you guys think it will be better with colour?

update: I got frontpaged? heh???

Reviews


wonderlandmafiawonderlandmafia

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think it would be really cool colored! Love it!


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serenekitchen responds:

colouring book dilemma!


AriaSuperiorAriaSuperior

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everybody says mucha, i say beardsley.


serenekitchen responds:

Oooo he is my favourite since young!


Lord-JusticeLord-Justice

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Found a lot of things, but no skulls.

Other than the Easter eggs, the art is very good and superb. I agree with Schizo666, art like this would be ruined by color. Some pieces of art don't need extra things to make it perfect, esp. when it's already there.


serenekitchen responds:

Thanks for the great compliment! if you wanna find the skulls, look where the hairs become circles characteristic of eye sockets :)


whatthemehwhatthemeh

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I see penises... Everywhere.


serenekitchen responds:

thats great, really great hahahaha


JujuNapalmJujuNapalm

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome, I love the detail of this ink drawing. It kind of reminds me of Alphonse Mucha's "Job" poster and Art Nouveau in general


serenekitchen responds:

He was a main reference but more so this melbourne illustrator called Eveline tarunajaja- Check out her website here! www.lovexevol.com