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Dwarf Handyman


Here's painting of dwarf handyman. His name is Srba and he works in PowerPlant "Sumrakovac".
Also I framed it so it looks more like a real painting :)
Hope you like him !

ps. Thanks everyone ! I got frontpaged :) Yeaaa

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Amazing detail!

Would have looked better if it had a different frame or none at all, it didn't go down too well with the drawing in my opinion but I'm not going to dock you marks because it's a pretty unbelievable piece, Reminds me of Cid from Final Fantasy 4 a lot :)


I really like it. It looks great. especially the goggles.

P.S. I hate you curiouluke. you beat me to it. lol

I am a dwarf

Forgive me, I love the painting and the oil texture of it and all. The engineer goggles are awesome as well...
I just need to say one thing.
Could have a comic of him working and singing "I AM A DWARF AND I AM DIGGING A HOLE! DIGGY DIGGY HOLE!"


Wow, the frame is a really good addition to this art. It really looks like a father's portrait hanging in a living room of some old house inhabited by a poor family.

Looks real!

nice job man, the frame is just perfect to this "portrait" if i may call it that.
also, i'm gonna be hated for saying this, but he looks an awfully lot like Cid in FFIV

Credits & Info

3.27 / 5.00

Nov 8, 2010
5:42 AM EST
File Info
925 x 1358 px
2.4 MB

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