The Becoming (Part 1)

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The Becoming (Part 1)

Author Comments

I'm stuck in this dream.
Speed Art video link under the news on my profile.
July 2012. Water color, marker, gel pen.


Awesome! This piece is really good! I just watched the Speed Art video to see the process that went into it, and I gotta say it was wicked cool to watch it be made. It looks incredibly good, especially the face. There's a great emotional depth to it that's extremely captivating. The background also adds a great to this picture to because of it's solid black. The contrast between the skin and sky is perfect! It gives this picture an edge. I also really appreciate the amount of stars in the background, along with the small detailing of the stars. My favorite part of this piece though and what draws me to it is the hair. It looks great and you chose an awesome blend of colors . They're all so warm and give life to the hair. It's brilliant. Something my eye catches though, is right beneath the hair, on the right side. The shoulder seems a bit shorter than the other one. Not that it takes away from the piece in the slightest, but it's a small thing that I thought could have used some improvement. Overall, this is a fucking awesome piece of artwork you have and from the looks of it, a brutally cool style you've developed. KICK ASS JOB

woh its not weird that those lips turn me on is it. because theres something i find pretty sexy about those lips uh anyways the colors are cool on this especially on the hair and that purple space cloud thing in the background.

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3.54 / 5.00

Jul 21, 2012 | 2:43 PM EDT
File Info
1095 x 1595 px
444.1 kb

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