Remembering that skulls tend to be widely used in art schools as practice for learning the underlying anatomy, I once dragged one home from the forest to use for life drawings.
And back home, the disturbingness factor went through the roof. Suddenly, I had a decapitated piece of a corpse, the remnants of a once living being, a dead creature's mind's cradle under my roof.

Of course, the creepiness disspiated within a few days. Now it calmly sits on my windowsill, staring at my drawings. Judging them. Silently.

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Tim Burton style?

I like the subject matter a lot, Death is a prevalent aspect in our lives. We think therefore we fear and such. I think more time and effort could be placed in the detail, though you may be on your way to a strong stylized approach to art. Also, ALWAYS make sure that if you use ANY form of type in a piece of art that you make the art and the characters compliment each other. I don't mean to nitpick, but the darkness of your words in this does not follow suit with the mostly mid-tone theme.


It's clear you've got skill, but the environments seem sketchy in some areas. You should put equal quality work into all of your drawing to unify it.

hmmm i dont know what to say

the art is well done but the comment if true i dont know what to say to that but some artist'z go a little to far and then it goes into life that is all i have to say at this point Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci did some dabbing into the scary but he did it with human body'z and was paid by the pope to do so only to the unclamed body'z and then to put them to rest im not saying start to cut up dead body'z or make them just that your not the only odd duck out there in the art world be happey it ended with a head that was not human and make sure to pay respect to it or put it in the ground in anycase DONT MAKE FUN OF IT >_<!!!

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