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4.92 / 5.00

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Aug 25, 2014 | 11:10 PM EDT
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Illustration
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700 x 1099 px
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373.2 kb
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death
landscape
welcome
skyris-design

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Author Comments

Test runnn. I am trying to mess with a different coloring style. I don't know how i feel about this LOL.

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LucidShadowDreamerLucidShadowDreamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am at a lack of words for how much I like this painting o.O


SkyrisDesign responds:

Really? LOL I've been getting pretty bad responses from this D:


Big-BossBig-Boss

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not as visually sharp as your other artwork, but I see that was intentional, so seeing it from that point of view does give it a different feel. It gives it a little more of a darker and sinister look and perhaps, gives the fog a stronger affect. It does look fairly good on the crows perched upon the flag. The blurriness is not my cup of tea, but I promise you that this is not a biased review.

One thing I do really like and find creative about this painting is how the word 'death' is spelt out with sticks and placed upon the rock above the (safe to assume?) Grim Reaper's head. I didn't notice it the first time I looked at this painting, but glad I did the second time because I found it very cool how it pertains to the Grim Reaper and the skeleton portrayed here.


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SkyrisDesign responds:

Yea I am usually not a fan of blurriness either but I want to add some to make it look more scary ish. I am not particularly proud of the out come but I wasn't enjoying this much


DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it, but it feels blurry, however that is a thing common in most digital works so maybe it is ok.


SkyrisDesign responds:

Oh I wanted to add that blurriness to give it depth and a different feel.