The Traincatcher

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The Traincatcher

Author Comments

The locomotives have a mind of their own, and when they don't want to obey, the traincatcher is called in.

Concept art for Feverdream.


This is simply a fantastic picture! I love how you have created your own style, although I can see where you got your influence from. This bird appears to be an owl. I guess that's a really cool choice. It was hard to tell what was the train in this. It makes more sense reading the author's comments.

That tower is just flawlessly designed. I love the idea of this train zipping along this tiny cord. It looks like some giant animal's skeleton! The angle works perfectly. You have created this wonderful world for your creations to interact with. All that from just a single picture!

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Good use of atmospheric perspective and directional forces. My eye is very much drawn to the right, i just wish you showed us something there. Wonderful piece overall.


I love it =D

The rider and its creature are awesome, also the background looks good, nice work!


but i think someones legs might actually get crushed with seating position.


I have never seen something like that bevore! it looks like an owl but his face is different. and then again, the man or thing that is riding him, has a futuristic looking, which is different from the owl. And that is why I give you a 5/5 10/10 and my fave.

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Credits & Info

4.69 / 5.00

Oct 9, 2011 | 1:12 AM EDT
File Info
800 x 822 px
173.3 kb

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