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Princess of Mars and Mr.Robot fishing

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Princess of Mars, the Velociraptor and the Robot fishing in the ruins of Ibirapuera park, São Paulo - Brazil.

Canson 200gm A4, watercolour, nankin.

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Page of Princess of Mars > https://www.facebook.com/aprincesademarte/
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Inspired by this scene - My Neighbor Totoro do Studio Ghibli: http://orig04.deviantart.net/…/_my_neighbor_totoro__wallpap…

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This is just amazing especially Mr.robot. also what I noticed first and love the most about this is the banana on the line.

Totally got a Ghibli vibe right away, then I saw Totoro was the inspiration. So great job on capturing that. Obviously the pose and scenario is enough to make that callback but I think the style and character designs do a really good job too

Very visually engaging. I don't like how the buildings are almost falling over in the background. I know it's to show that they're ruins, but there are more realistic ways of showing age like exposed rebar and truncated structure. Other than that I really enjoyed this piece.

Manguinha responds:

Thanks ♥♥♥

Lovely!

Manguinha responds:

♥♥♥

Bom demais

Manguinha responds:

Valeu :)

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Manguinha
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May 4, 2017
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