salior chick


A father protecting his baby. tough and rugged............yet soft and caring. Notice he's not sitting on the egg.
acrylic and torn up paper on canvas. 2009

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When I first saw the title, I thought it was going to be a picture of the title character of "Sailor Moon". Like how you were drawing a really hot picture of her which was why she was called a "chick". I was very wrong. I have to give you a lot of credit for having some really unique stuff in this. It looks like it was indeed made from torn up paper. It's always great to see people using every bit of material they have.

From the title, I always thought it might be a Popeye parody. You really have no idea what to expect with a picture as bizarre as this. While it's very nonsensical, it's still a very well done picture. It mostly works because there's just so many things going on. I love all the little details.


It's kinda hard to explain why I love this picture. It's like, I look at the picture, and it makes me feel happy and go "awe" in my head, yet the rugged nature of the father makes me say "Hmph, I'm a man, men do not say awe." Perhaps that's why I like it.

Well done.
Very, very, very well done.


very good and simple! continue that way!

Lol nice work

A reviewer who thinks this picture looks blah and unimaginative....yet loves its simplicity in creativity. ;)

Im also kind of sure the man below me has daddy issues ^^

Cute with a chance of baleful undertones?

"A father protecting his baby. tough and rugged............yet soft and caring. Notice he's not sitting on the egg."

a stab at father figures that, though willing to atleast be there, aren't willing to fully commit to the raising of their children?

Male chauvinistic humor perhaps?
I think so.

Bravo good sir..Bravo.

Credits & Info

3.12 / 5.00

Dec 10, 2009
7:56 PM EST
File Info
941 x 683 px
646.9 KB

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