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Score
4.43 / 5.00

Date
12/04/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
1611 x 1200 px
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665.7 kb
Tags
star
lucifer
trungles
phosphorus

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Author Comments

The morning and the evening star are both Venus? What a world.
This is the first male figure I've done in a loooonng time, and he's just barely more masculine than the others I've been doing. And you know what? I like it.

Bed time...

Reviews


RamatsuRamatsu

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 4, 2011

i must argue

A naked man is fine, a naked woman changes the whole view, what is to be so afraid of. This is perfect if it were a woman you'd most likely have to change the rating. This whole thing I'm saying now is irrelevant, so the detail in the hair compliments the simple background and character. Like flowers mentioned I'm not a fan of the yellow stars as well, though I guess it is the main theme of the title.


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Flowers10Flowers10

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 4, 2011

Bravo!

The only thing i dont like about this are the yellow stars.
You have such a nice simplistic style. And i think bringing another color in doesn't do the artwork good in here. Everything els in here is great, i love how you are the 21th century mucha.



TheManInTheHatTheManInTheHat

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Dec 4, 2011

Lovely

I bet you were pretty sick of drawing that hair by the time you were done. Anyhow, the hair and general feel of the piece is reminiscent of Mucha. I would have liked to see some shading on the man's skin. Other than that, I love the piece.