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My Mythology teacher gave us coloring packets for extra credit. We have to color 20 Creatures. The art outlines are pretty bland and so I decided to make them on the computer. So I thought I would post them on NG.

This is the Minotuar ...I think its funny how I made it look like he was goin threw some kinda rough patch in his life.



Looks like he's having a bad day...

beastkid7 responds:

doesn't he


its awesome great shading, lol its pretty mythological how he can carry that body muscle with his scampy legs, its still great anyway but it luks like hes havin a shit xD

beastkid7 responds:

lol, it is isn't it ...thanxz for the review.

hes waiting in the labyrynth right?

damn streaight im rite. had age of mythology when i was a tiny 10 year old, so i know all that shit.

beastkid7 responds:

really its a sinor class for me. He's actually waiting in a maize to eat people. unless thats the same as a labyrinth. I'O no.

LMAO!! Hard times!

Lol, yeah man, he looks like he's in prison or something... thinkin

"Man, times sho is hard for a brotha in dese streets..."

Anyway, awesome drawing! The shadows on his body a GREAT!! Im adding you to my fave artists!

beastkid7 responds:

cool! yeha I didn't realize after I drew it. Its hard out there for a Minotuar.

Man, he looks pissed.....

I enjoyed looking at your style of shding and design of the character. excellent work.

beastkid7 responds:

Thanks so much man! I enjoy your style too.

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3.84 / 5.00

Oct 24, 2009 | 10:51 PM EDT
File Info
749 x 579 px
133.8 kb

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