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Franco Chon's Butchery

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[Edit] oh yeah Thanks for the FP :DDDD

work at school, subject was "image insolite" dont know how to say it in english, insolitan picture? 8D xDDD
line at pen and colors with paint tool SAI

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travail a l'Ãf©cole, le sujet Ãf©tait "image insolite"
trait au crayon et couleurs avec paint tool SAI

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j'ai faim

...What's with the T rating...
WAIT A MINUTE
This isn't THAT type of butchery is it?....
Nice work. I like how your outlines blend in without clashing.

Whoa! D8
Tremendous on a technical level, and then you notice...
ULP!

makes me want to be a butcher

Great artwork

What I found to be coolest about this was how the colors were so wonderfully blended. It was mostly red, but there were so many different shades of red. I notice this has a rather sinister appeal to it, given the fact that we see the human leg there. It's a nice inversion where it's the pig eating the humans. It reminds me of an episode of "Courage The Cowardly Dog". Granted, it didn't turn out like that, but it's a memory.

There are so many different arrangements for the meat to be in. I wonder what human meat would look, okay, I'm not going to discuss that. I like how there are some bones that are just hanging around, literally. It gives the appearance of a jumbled world of madness. Granted, the atmosphere is calm so it's good to see the underlying scariness.

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Apr 11, 2011
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