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The fall of the Sky Giants

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Score
4.22 / 5.00

Date
06/30/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
1608 x 2205 px
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1.5 mb
Tags
death
albatross
avat
robotday2011

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Author Comments

Based on the burst bellies of baby albatrosses. Nothing lives forever

Reviews


AJ43273AJ43273

Rated 3 / 5 stars Jul 13, 2012

this resembles the art and soul of a great artist like a grain of sand. never ever give up on a dream wish wonder and become who you want to be keep on going . creating and love every single picture you show you have great talent . you have fused together a great work of art. i am very proud of your art work i never seen such talent in my whole life .


serenekitchen responds:

woahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i've never ever recieved such praise for my art before man! *big hug* your whole statement about reaching out to the stars with the highly possible chance of crashing full force is something that i'm dealing with right now in my life. It truly sucks but at least you wouldn't regret when you have tried your best :) cheers


BantunBantun

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars Jun 30, 2011

The Falling of a Colossus

People mourn when giants fall.
Yet this work fails to capture this.
At first glance, the drawing resembles nothing.
Only after seeing it a second time did I draw a conclusion on what it was.
I decided that it was mechanical limb of steampunk origin after my second conclusion.
Only by rereading the title and the description, were I able to draw a conclusion on what it really was.
A mechanical condor.
If an audience were to share the author's vision, then multiple adjustments would have to be made.
The body does not blend with the head and arms.
It appears as if a unrelated piece of art was fused with this one.
After analyzing your other art submissions, I have come to the conclusion that this was not what was meant to be presented.
The floor is angled in a unusual way.
It resembles a wall.
The condor appears to be laying vertically on an erect object.
The eyes were not obvious eyes.
I believe I have found the condor's eyes, but there is nothing to verify my claim.
While, many small things destroy the picture, even if they were changed, the picture is flawed as a whole.
The picture lacks emotion of any sort.
It is simply a dead beast laying on nothing.


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