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Good vs Evil

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An illustration I did for a contest over at DeviantArt. It was a little rushed due to the contest deadline but overall I'm satisfied with it. I had alot of fun creating this.

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One word....

crazy.

I gotta say this...

If theres one thing I like about your artwork it's this: you use the elements and principles well and, with that, also add atmosphere and backgrounds. There are great artist on this site but it's these little things that make your stuff stand up.

Hats off to you

I am boredom

I can't say who is the evil and who is the good. And this is, in my opinion, the biggest tour-de-force in the picture. It's one of the rare analizable images on this site.

All I can say is wow.

The dark aura of this piece really does a good job of conveying a mood. The details in the skin and musculature are very impressive. Is this in oil or acryllic, or something else entirely. Through this one picture, it almost seems as if it conveying an entire very detailed story, and it really has a mysterious quality to it that makes me want to keep looking. You are an excellent artist and both you and this piece are now in my favorites. On to check out more of your work.

Velis vod og

To me, one of the most important thing about an art piece is to create an atmosphere and you got it right. Amazing piece man!

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Uploaded
Jun 20, 2009
11:05 PM EDT
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700 x 1019 px
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