This one caught my eye. I really like the darkness of it.
Also, when I voted 5 on this it brought the score up to 4.00 YAY! :3
What method did you use to create this? What materials?
its different. but good.
after seeing most of your flash work, and perusing (I never get to use that word...) your artwork for a bit, I gotta say, this is a departure from who you normally are. I can definitely tell that you were feeling a little down while drawing this. it represents a side very different from the hyper-active, totally weird and crazy Robert that your fans, (which I am one of) know and love. I still love this piece though. hopefully your feeling better now, and if not, I just wanna say Im a big fan of your work, and really want to see more from you. flash and art wise. keep on doin what your doin big guy.
P.S. a new siblings would be super-phantasmagorically AWEROME!
Well thanks for the compliments. My still work tends to display more of my darker side, as it's a good way of getting it out of my head. But yeah, NG is definitely home to more of the humorous side of myself. Still, I figured this was good enough to throw on here.
Oh, and you'll get a new one... when I finish it, anyhow.
Do you have weird dreams that you draw... because if so this seems to look like you do... Oh well its cool... I didn't know what to say for it to either scream or gasp... so an Ahhhwaaa.... seems to come into account...
Nah, this is just me venting negative emotions. Each part of him has a little symbolism, but it's more or less obvious so I won't divulge. My dreams are typically more random than symbolic.
I donÂ´t know why,but i like it.
Well thanks, I think it's quite alright myself. Not perfect, but I'm getting better with it either way.
It is more than art.But an expression.A show of words,waiting to come out.A picture is worth a million words.words are worth what you mean by them.Remember that
Sometimes a guy's just gotta express himself in less traditional ways, and art is one of those great ways to do this. Thanks for looking at it!
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