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So beautiful

Wow I just love this the massive detail you do on this one even though it is black and white I really love the shading in this you pushed some great detail and made this black and white really standout and for that this is some very solid work here and I really enjoyed reviewing this piece of work here so nice job indeed and hope you make many more great stuff such as you have created here

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
Really no changes needed this was just a beautiful black and white and some beautiful talent

~X~

gosh!

this is just outstanding. you really gotta post more art on here.

Nice and twisted!

This is a really nice artpiece because it looks straight out of some demented Disney movie. It sort of reminded me of the video game "Epic Mickey". Granted, I have never played that game but it still reminded me of it. What's really cool is that you are showing the power of ink in a drawing. That is what these drawn characters are, just certain amounts of ink being put on a screen (well not with digital drawings, I guess). They can control us with their mere existance.

I especially love the terrified look of the boy. It does a great contrast to the malicious glee that the demons or whatever those things are have. This was a good use of shading and colors. Granted, there wasn't really any color per se, but still impressive to look at. The shifting bits are really good where you see his body parts turn into the creature.

50's rocks?!

Wow dude! I love your work, great technique, character and shapes, keep being creative!

Congrats!

Caco Schwarz.

Fusion-Ha!

Nice move -Totally Mickey

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Uploaded
May 17, 2010
3:40 AM EDT
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