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Frozen Desert

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"weather can change the way you see this world, in a good way, or in a bad way...you are the one who chooses"

Every time we see the consequences of polution in our home planet we suffer the unjust fate this its going through, masive flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes, low temperatures, and so on...I decided to make a piece about this weather issue but seeing the other side of it.

As you can see in the wood sign, that is the south pole...a calm, and sunny prairie, like the one we use to know on the ecuator countries but now, after the weather caos, they turned into the real south pole itself.

hehe, I just let my mind go :)

hope you like it! :D

here you have the print if you are intrested: http://www.deviantart.com /print/11915606/

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Very interesting and creative. Some places that were once beautiful are turned to grotesque wastelands.

The coloring is exceptional, really complementing the piece overall. I like the figure in the middle; the cane suggests that he took quite some time to explore that area. The jagged ends add a tragic and fierce edge. Another great piece.



epic

i love your art dude! it has an epic fealing to it... this one fits your name too lol



well...

cant tell just from looking, didnt really know what landscape this was b4 readin the title and description, but still beautiful. i thought it looked like something from the lion king lol those rocks (or is it an iceberg?) is where simba was being lifted up high by rafiki XD.



Frozen Desert?

I think you mean Canada! :D



wow

i dont want to imagine...if this is what the south pole looks like imagine what the rest of the world looks like!....incinirated


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keepwalking
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Jun 12, 2010
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