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2.72 / 5.00

Jun 17, 2009 | 8:06 PM EDT
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Author Comments

This is a exampal of my free hand painting. It is worked around the Code Save us 222



Rated 3 / 5 stars


I like the colours and brush-strokes, except the black knife-like structure. I would have liked to see less of the blank page too.

I'm going to be an art snob now.

In most forms of art, I will judge on talent. When it comes to abstract, there needs to be more.

I find it hard to gather an emotion from this, or even a meaning. Please don't try to explain it to me, because in my opinion, if it has to be explained, it isn't good enough. It should be instantly obvious the thought behind this, and to me, it isn't.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Bit too messy

It looks all to messy to me, I think you should have maybe outlined the main parts of the picture, I know abstract art is for the imagination but I think of myself of having a decent imagination and I can only make out grim reaper Castle Crasher.

Try finding some cheap canvas, because it doesn't crease and doesn't spread outwards so you'll get your perfect idea.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting impressionism

What looks like a Black Castle Crasher on a cross amongst a rain of fire. Visionary in the concept of this piece of art, I will admit, but the message is somewhat lost on me, to tell the truth.

I think that the main issue here is that there is still so much white paper left over. The real problem with pain on paper is that when you apply paint to the paper, it will wrinkle and this does give a poor finish to the page, when the piece is complete. Hence why artists use canvases to draw and paint on - this reacts better to the moisture of the paints and can retain its shape better.

Scanned or photographed?

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Chris Jericho?

I'm guessing this a reference to that wrestler guy on Smackdown, I never liked him all that much because he seemed so damn cocky and whatnot.

It's a nice drawing but it seems like something a small child would draw, I think you could probably do a lot better if you used brushes instead to illustrate your art to the community instead of showing us the art of a 3 year old. It's not a bad thing but I'm just saying you could drastically improve by using a brush instead.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Really had no clue what was going on..

I tried to just look at it as much as I could, but still couldn't really understand your painting here. I then read the other reviews and read what they were beginning to see, but to be completely honest I still couldn't see or even imagine something form this picture.

I really don't know what Code Save us 222 is so perhaps you could explain a little in the author comments about it? Also, example is how you spell that. ;)

Looks to me like it just needs to be completely redone. I couldn't see anything in it whatsoever. To me, even though it's still stretching it a bit, it just looks like some sort of cross with fire or something similar in the background.

I would suggest maybe using a smaller brush and slowing down on this a little bit. I'm no artist myself, but I do have some paintings from elementary school that I can say are a bit better than this.

Don't be discouraged though and keep trying/working.

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