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I wish my note book looked like this!

I can see why Matt Roszak favorited this! It perfectly illustrates, well, itself. You MUST have taken some sort of art class for this. I only wish my sketches were as good as this. I just have one old one I submitted. At first, I thought those clouds were supposed to be its arms. That big thing looks like a dinosaur.

If not that, it's some kind of shark, maybe? I'm just amazed at the details of the lines. I think that's an eye in the water. Everything just overlaps with itself so masterfully. I can't believe this hasn't been reviewed in years! It's truly timeless.

wow....

I am still awestruck. It has an amazing amount of depth. It looks like it is coming right out of the page. The only place i see any kinda let down is in the ground in and around the eye. I am still gunna give you a 10/10 though because it is hard to take someones art and say it is wrong in any way, especially if it looks as brilliant as this.

joeysucks responds:

Thanks for the comment, I appreciate your feedback

Wow...

This is a damn beautiful piece of work you've drawn. I love the contrast between the drawing and the notebook paper, really beautiful. Also, there's a lot of detail in this drawing. You draw this the entire day you were in class? If so, I bet you had a lot of angry teachers that day.

joeysucks responds:

It was actually done little by little over a period of 3 weeks. Only done in one class tho.

Nice man

I agree about your school views. In college its the same thing..

I almost got my undergrad and I don't know anything.

Keep the spirit alive! Draw your heart out

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