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Oct 10, 2010 | 10:52 PM EDT
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halloween
monster
frankenstein
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Yes I am aware that this is not actually Frankenstein, but instead Frankenstein's monster.
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Reviews, comments are welcome.
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Halloween. : ) : ) : )

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**Edit** <====I've always wanted to put that :P
Thanks for the Frontpage : ) : ) : )
Im still shaking.
I should have cited me resource though:

http://www.solarnavigator .net/mythology/frankenste in.htm
Im sorry I forgot

P.S. Bring on the Zero bombers. Just leave a review with your zero.

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice drawing

I am glad that people are becoming aware of how that is not his actual name. While the monster is given no name in the book, author Mary Shelley herself called the monster "Adam". This is a good picture because it treats a public domain character the way he should be treated. There is no attempt to be flashy or anything, just a bare bones nice picture. I like how you can see all of the lines drawn on his face. It kind of looks like you were working on the sketch, but didn't get finished.

This works for his character because he is a monster made from dead people. It gives a good sense of how he has been stitched together like this. Speaking of stitches, the most prominent one featured here is really well drawn, BTW. The shading is so good it's hard to even tell what color it is. It gets more pink at the bottom.



DiggidyDelRioDiggidyDelRio

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing.

This is a very well done interpretation of the Frankenstein Monster.
His gaze is almost haunting. Very well done.



PenboyPenboy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great

You're quite a talented artist.



RatedJackRatedJack

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

So awesome.


Spac3case916 responds:

Haha
short but sweet.
thank you.


redminusredminus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lovely,

I take it that this is a matter of actual ink on an actual piece of paper? there's really no substitute for the nuances of those textures, nice work. A great study.


Spac3case916 responds:

Yeah this is traditional art.
My favorite : )
when it's digital it doesn't feel like a part of me that much.