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4.57 / 5.00

Jul 10, 2009 | 11:52 PM EDT
Fine Art
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1000 x 805 px
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  • Daily 5th Place 07 12, 2009

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Author Comments

This was another of my first definitive ink paintings, obviously you can tell that this was done on a 2 page spread in a sketchbook, and I didn't bother editing out the split in the pages. Definitely not one of my best works, but I think I captured the movement well and learned a lot by doing this.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The Journey,EPIC!!

Terrific, another EPIC master piece from you my friend. I really liked the void of white light in this Art, after reading the other comments i see this was not intentional. Thou intentional or not it all blends together and i have to say it is because you are a Great Artist that you make work what you have being brought to you by circumstances. This art really speaks to me, it means so much.

It is like you are traveling trough a dark and cold forest, which will hold a lot of trials in your life. The journey is long and takes you on a long winding road with lots of forests. Finally you see the white light at the end of your journey the void. Where your destination is. EPIC! I really am looking forward to more of your Art Work. I cannot wait in anticipation. Keep up yout good work my friend and continue leaving us breathless.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

u know...

ure awesome, did u know that?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I'm gonna say something wacky. The split between the pages makes me think of a doorway to infinity :P

CptBeefcake responds:

just look at the other comments!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll just leave this here...

I'll agree with the others and say this stands out from your other works. Also, the white line is rather interesting. I saw it again in the Eye, but this one looks like you actually intended to use it. It looks more like a fissure; the way it is eroded and lighter. It really stands out that way. I don't know if its your medium or whatever, but this picture is a bit green. I like it, as it gives it a slight other dimension, but doesn't distract from the work's mood. This one is not as abstract, but it definetely shows your skill with the watered-acrylic; the detail in the trees, the left one especially, is tremendous.

Another success, and a good day to you. 5/5

CptBeefcake responds:

your support is really helpful, thanks again. Just to fill you in, the white line is there because most of the work I do is made over a two page spread in a sketchbook, I decided to use it to my advantage as the vanishing point in this one, but any appearance of the page split in other scans is unintentional. The green is there because the pages of the sketch book were slightly yellow, and I put a cooling filter in photoshop, which I guess led to it being slightly green. I definitely like the actual content of the picture, although the path and the vanishing point are somewhat cliche, but at one point this was the highest scoring art submission on newgrounds!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Incredible tension...

There's an incredible tension in this work... that white line in the middle is like an event horizon to a black hole, and when I look at it, I feel inexorably, inescapably pulled in toward the centre, past the trees that blur with the speed, to the end of the journey, to that horrible white light that rends the world apart. It's somewhat terrifying, really. To me, this is a painting about the moment right before death.

CptBeefcake responds:

it really carries a lot of emotion for you.