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Gabriel guitar


This (kind of lame) work is an oldie art work I made for an Argentinean band (Prisma Nova)
The idea comes from the band leader (or at least that's what he says). For me it's more a family shield than a meaning-full symbol.

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band logo notbad

This was notbad kinda neat infact, the guitar was impressive aswell as the diamond prisom somewhat, i think there needs to be a differant style of font though

Change the lettering to a more stand out-ish style



when I saw this at first I was a little confused by the peice of art. but then I got it... and it hit me like a brick!!! It is a symoble of the attack of rock&roll, NOTICE: the lack of any thing defensive (like a shield for example) representing the fierceness of rock and the non-need to defend rock&roll for it has, is, and aaaallllwwwayyys will be an EPIC type of music.
I personlily LOVE this piece of artwork! infact this is my new screan saver.....LOL JKJK! the newgrounds angeh face will ALWASE be my wallpaper, and screan saver,
the anti-NOOB

Manuel-Dangelo responds:

Man, that is just DEEP... I ve never looked it that way.
Thanks for the score and review, hope to have more deep art for you

ohhh ahhh!!

Swords pretty pretty swords *steals one* hehe kidding. anyway this is just a awesome piece. I really like how you did the guitar and that lovely glass prism. true craftsmanship.

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Dec 1, 2009
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