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Author Comments

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I don't know why I never submitted this before.. and before any of you comment on what needs to be improved - nothing does - I did this like 15 years ago in highschool and thus I am very much, and very much cannot, fix or improve anything on it - it was done using my skills at the time and I am fine with that. Just appreciate it for what it is please :)

a sketch for this can be seen here:

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcd 0x720/283676_101510406197 65661_2143701885_n.jpg (remove spaces)

medium: watercolour pencilcrayons, pencil



damn shawn, this is great

Chronamut responds:

hehe glad you like man!

thanks for the review!


For 15 years ago, and hand drawn as it seems, great. As far as my artsy OCD (hence why I play minecraft and do not draw, or, cannot well to suit my tastes) Your focus is too close to the water, which breaks the focus and basically makes it the ass of the guy/girl standing in front.

Other than that, I like what I see. I usually listen to your music, but your art seems pretty decent as well. Your left beam is leaning to the right a bit- that cant be safe.

Chronamut responds:

who says architecture is perfectly symmetrical :P

also the focus was supposed to be on the girl and the boy.. the entire thing is symbolic.. where the girl focuses on the future and the boy focus on the present.

thanks for the review!


Not bad. :)

Chronamut responds:

like i said its really old - if I redid it itd be a lot better but I'm happy how it turned out then :)

thanks for the review!


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4.41 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2012 | 11:04 AM EDT
File Info
1591 x 1310 px
2.5 mb

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