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4.58 / 5.00

Date
12/12/2010
Category
Illustration
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834 x 657 px
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561.4 kb
Tags
pencil
surreal
skull
introspective

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Author Comments

This is one piece for my art concentration in my AP Studio Art class.

It shows a woman entangled within a skull-like creature who happens to be herself or inner spirit....introspective: to consider one's own inner state. Notice how her hands match the "creature's" hands. She can control this "spirit" within her body and mind.

A lot of my art in this concentration will demonstrate the idea of introspective.

I hope you guys like the concept and art.^^

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DayBreaker101DayBreaker101

Rated 3 / 5 stars

=]

i love pencil drawings lol there like the only think i use ur really good!!!!



nakaidenakaide

Rated 5 / 5 stars

pencil power

I prefer the pencil than the mouse its good see a freehand sketch
long live to the pencil !!!!!!!!!!!!!


XxCrimsonMoonxX responds:

I prefer traditional than digital to.^^ I love pencils as well. You can really get good quality and I think it's easier to get that quality with pencils than a digital program.^^


TheRedRocksTheRedRocks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pencial Art.

I always loved pencil sketches. Good job.


XxCrimsonMoonxX responds:

I really like the quality of them.^^ Thanks. =D


ChieftxChieftx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic!

I absolutely love those shapes! I also love how the hands seem to mirror each other and still mange to maintain the flow of the whole. the yellowish color of the paper is a nice touch as well.


XxCrimsonMoonxX responds:

Thank you very much! I'm very happy with how it turned out and I'm glad you do to.^^ I thought the yellowish tint would give the picture a good quality. I'm glad you like it. =3