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Alfred Alfer

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Another drawing of the crazed dog doing his thing!

This time we find Alfred in dead mutt's county digging up stuff supposed to be left behind.

Drawn on regular paper with 0.7 pencil. Digitaly colored in sai.

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I love all the design choices you took with this picture. The whole picture in this tilt, the even more tilted head of Alfer and the head of the shovel that is align so even with the real world. It just pushes you to look at this end. Actually I could go on here with totally correctly chosen positions and angles, but you get the point it is not only awesome looking it even is absolutely awesome according to the stupid book of design. And I am not even with everything else like the more dark drawing style. the mostly unrealistic but very suporting lighting. The Sun also perfekt it makes the picture so more evenly lighted while it makes a great contrast, the beautiful sun compared to the depths on the opposite side of the picture. The dusty sky that tells you something is wrong.

This is truly art, there is no doubt about it.

Fantastic work.

Truly beautiful. You can never go wrong with Alfer. Fantastic work

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Score
4.19 / 5.00

Uploaded
Feb 18, 2016
8:46 AM EST
Category
Fine Art
File Info
2000 x 1475 px
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5.6 MB

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