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hey yo for university i illustrated the jabberwocky it was a ton of fun until i had to actually paint it all and then make the book and now i wish i cud burn it and that i was dead but anyway heres one of the better pages enjoy

being frontpaged is an absolute honour, thank u so much based admins
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I almost thought those were pies coming out of the tree.

but the big picture itself is really well put together. I also imagined the knight to b you for some reason. either way i love it

Erasmus responds:

i wish my breasts were as plump and pert as hers :(
thank u tho, life is better if they r pies

I LOVE. the colors and the beast's poise and anatomy are wonderful. chick looks swell too. my only recommendation would have possibly been to add some detail to the sky, as i think it being so stark from the rest of the drawing makes the rendering of her swing look a little inactive with all the white space framing it.
that might have been a text placement consideration though since its a book, then i understand.

Erasmus responds:

thank u so much
the reason the bg is empty is because i had to do a lot of these and they all took a very long time and i did not have much time or sleep to get them done in time, sadly i missed out a lot of details i would have liked to add in throughout the whole book
but also i didnt spend enugh time working it out tonally which is something my tutors encourage a lot and i sort of panicked and just went 4 it but thank u agen

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4.27 / 5.00

Jun 10, 2014
3:04 PM EDT
File Info
930 x 1227 px
1.3 MB

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