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Jan 11, 2012 | 2:24 AM EST
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This is a present I did in a secret santa I was in for...

This person.

The character is named Kendall. This is the first picture I've ever drawn that had a scary/creepy feel. How did I fare?



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very great, though the bacround could have used work. I'd have liked to see a cave or something rather than a straight up texture. the top looks great, but at the bottom where the actuall caracther is he just looks so disconnected, as if he were cut and pasted on. the head blends great with the background, but beyond that it doesnt look too good. I'd say if you fix that, the drawing would be PERFECT.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

LOL i find it ironic that i'm the 666th view on this great piece of artwork (get what im sayin here) *wink*wink*

FrostDrive responds:

OH how uncanny. :P


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The creepy feeling

When I know study art I also fell for the urge to draw creepy things. The thing was that I didn´t get the right unsettling feeling. I discussed it with my teacher and we came to a conclusion that it has to be human-looking, but it has to have small changes to it so that you cant really relate to it. The picture looks good and the creepy feeling is there, but it´s like under the surface. Hope you get what I´m trying to tell you.

FrostDrive responds:

sadly, I dont entirely understand. Although I do know that the whole concept of fear derives from not knowing, and mystery.

This is just a piece I whipped up really fast though, there wasn't much thought put into the composition or anything.