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Score
4.00 / 5.00

Date
04/26/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
900 x 656 px
JPEG
151.4 kb
Tags
man
umbrella
lady
cane

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Author Comments

This was a commission I did a few weeks ago. The commissioner wanted his character (the guy in the gas mask) and someone else's character (the chick in the mask) standing together with red (painted on) strings around to show they're in control of their surroundings.

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 13, 2011

What character?

I really don't recall this character in any other material I have heard of. It is always interesting when you do other people favors by showing off their original pieces. I can easily see you co-working with someone on a great flash with you credited as the artist. It's amazing how you always manage to make so many great pictures. The realistic use of markers gives off the impression of them being actual paintings. It seems like the woman was carrying a baby carriage.

I don't know what story you were trying to get, but this certainly seems to be leading up to one. I love how the floor just curls around the room before meeting the red wall. The background even comes off as like a face, with the boards as the teeth and the masks as eyes. This is extremely creative and again wonderfully uses the claw-like twists everywhere. Keep up this great work.