Autumn Painter


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This autumn elf painter appears once every year, often seen on trees so he can paint the once green leaves into orange to welcome his season. However, he is not known to be that smart and bright; since he picks up the green leaves from the branches, and paints them orange, only to notice that he can't stick them back on the tree, so he throws them on the ground leaving all trees bare and leafless.

this was made for elite artist's group contest on deviant art and won first place


Not only does this look amazing, but the story behind it that you've put together is awesome!

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OMG, I love this one! It's so mythical and kind of dark. Most brutal. You get a sense of movement and the colors really show autumn. Great job! Keep up the great work!

Dahlia-K responds:

thankyou :)
yes i wanted to try a little movement in this one and I liked the outcome.. I'm making all my art in that way from now on

lol funny idea and well drawn. silly elf, forgetting that the leaves wont stick back on. #_#

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Dahlia-K responds:

lol yeah .. he's still cute that way though.
and thankyou ^^

damn that must be even more tedious than being santa at least he works only one day but this elf painter, every leave in all the world and besides he throws them to the floor damn haha, anyway nice drawing i like the concept and keep on rockin' baby

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Dahlia-K responds:

yes I always thought of why leaves fall down in autumn when i was a kid. So I came up with this story. and now I decided to paint it :) and yes, it's his price for being stupid :p
and thankyou. I'm glad you liked it

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4.23 / 5.00

Sep 27, 2012
8:13 AM EDT
File Info
900 x 1175 px
391.6 KB

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