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3 by 4 feet acrylic 2014

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Intense piece

So this was a pretty intense piece of art here love how wild and real you make this one a very nice style indeed great details in the character and ocean


I really like this piece, but what inspire you to do it?

bigCman321 responds:

I was really interested in hybrids of humans and animals, and I have a love for dystopian/post apocalyptic settings. :)

Ursula the sea bitch. I would not want to get caught in her tentacles, no.

God those colors are fantastic. You really seem to know your way around a brush. The textures and details are fantastic! I just love this whole picture.

bigCman321 responds:

Thank you! Yeah I'm really happy with the colors in this painting. One of the reasons why it's one of my favorite paintings I've done so far. :)

Was just to question who the monster is in this motive, but now you've already said it so... well, I can't ask the question! And as for the answer, it doesn't sound as spectacular when it's provided (definately man, though). It's man in a dual sense, come to think of it, the tentacle lady being just that.

Overall motive reminds me a bit of Bio Shock, with the beasts lurking in the water, the flames in the background... that's just how the game started! Very nice attention to color; atmosphere here, and I like how the wave's sliced open, as if you're viewing the image through a window.


bigCman321 responds:

Ah your right, perhaps I shouldn't be providing the answer to the questions. I like how ambiguous this paintings is :)

Credits & Info

4.56 / 5.00

Mar 30, 2015
9:37 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
1024 x 768 px
184.7 KB

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