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4.38 / 5.00

Jun 19, 2009 | 9:06 AM EDT
Fine Art
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600 x 1200 px
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Author Comments

City boys in First Class don't know they're born little
Someone else is gonna come and clean it up
Born and raised for the job
Someone always does
I wish you'd get up get over
get up, get over and turn your tape off



Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is just


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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Modaing, thats some crazy coloring.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Wolf at the Door ?

Good done as always.
Why this title ? That's what i love in your draws, the Mystery and the macabre.
Ironic like the last I've seen. The Death who buries her last body.

LaserKarl responds:

Thanks for all the reviews!

The titles are mainly song titles i kind of thought would fit the image. As in this one, its "A wolf at the door" by Radiohead.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


My favourite artist on newgrounds! I love this, it's very beautiful. I love the saturated dark colours. Reminds me of Justin Sweets muddy style.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

another awesome piece

Great work again.

I'm digging the skull. This may just be nitpicking on my part, but it's so close to being anatomically correct. The only things I can spot right now are that it lacks the sutures and the cheek closest to us should be a little more pronounced.

Aside from that, the background blends into the foreground a little too much and it's hard to tell where what ends and when what begins, etc etc. Also it looks like it's a skull attached to a fully fleshed (yet skinny) human body. I'd suggest making the clothes much more saggy and wrinkled, and really emphasize some highlights where the bones would meet the cloth.

I'm a little out of it at the moment, so if any of it doesn't make sense or you're just not looking for critiques, let me know.

Regardless, great work!

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LaserKarl responds:

I am very grateful for the time you spent reviewing/critiquing this image. You made some great points!

Thank you!