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589
Score
4.70 / 5.00

Date
07/11/2013
Category
Illustration
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2244 x 2781 px
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5.7 mb
Tags
environment
ink
goache
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Author Comments

Welcome to Onomatopeoia where things are not as it seems! wanna visit it sometime?

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ElixurElixur

Rated 4 / 5 stars Aug 9, 2013

Heh, you can tell you went off to play Hansel and Gretel and immediately after was like I'M GONNA DRAW SOMETHING. From what I understand, the audience's perspective is such that they're viewing the town of Onomatopeoia -btw intriguing name choice, may I ask how this came about?- from the side or angle, yet they can peer inside and see the inner workings. Groovy concept. The architecture of the place seems to be less realism focused and borderline abstract. You and your birds :P I believe you should properly give a name to these half bird, half human character race you are so adamantly infatuated with!

Clearly you feel strongly about environmentalism, seeing as you seemingly transformed the inside of the buildings into nature's proper living quarters. The bottom half seems busy, while the top half has nothing to catch the eye though. I'd prefer consistency in terms of activity throughout and simply MORE going on. Complexity in cityscapes (apologies if this isn't the direction you wanted, it's hard to read people sometimes) is a positive thing! Give the viewer so much to absorb it takes them many minutes to realize everything that is going on. Expand and show us the depths of your creativity, I hereby CHALLENGE you to show us more of this world. You've peaked my interest, but left me unsatisfied.

I have one word for you,
Potential.

You are brimming with it, you just need somebody to bounce ideas back and forth with. (Not myself, somebody you are closer to on a personal level) You need somebody to inspire and pull the best out of you. In short, I think you're someone special and I wish I COULD test your limits and help make progress, exploring different artistic avenues, but this isn't exactly my most familiar of subjects.

Kinda danced way off base it seems... anyway I enjoyed this a lot and hope to see more from you. You seem to be bringing something new to the table each time and that's encouraging, gives me something to look forward to when I check my feed.

Awaken your desires, never stop chasing.


serenekitchen responds:

Dude that was soooo deep! You pretty much manage to capture what i wanted to say or didn't say in the piece. Just letting you know that this is part of a pretty big project in which i want to make into a game and yes everyone have a name :). I really appreciate that i managed to spark your curiousity in the art i create and hopefully i won't disappoint when new art comes. thanks so much for your review


AbissLakeAbissLake

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 11, 2013

The use of the line is amazing. Really imaginative and detailed. Honestly is by far one of the most complex and amazing in a traditional format that i see in this portal. A mindfuck in it's best


serenekitchen responds:

Yay! Yeah the use of a traditional medium was quite challenging but I love the effect so much in Hansel and gretel (the game) because it created an environment so different to one using computer graphics


spideytbspideytb

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 11, 2013

I think Id have fun there


serenekitchen responds:

Hopefully u can visit it this year!