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No real comments. Just a guy sitting in a dark room on a winter's night, thinking about stuff.

Probably a subconscious self-portrait. :D

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relaxing yes.

but it still holds the dark outlook! where do you get the inspiratoin?

kinda relaxing

you other pantinds are kinda crapy

Rhunyc responds:

I don't even know what my other pantinds are.

Ah man

That feeling must be great, sitting in a dark room on a winter night. Just staring out of the window into the snow, thinking. I would love to experience that, too bad I live in Texas, where the word "snow" isn't even in the dictionary. Ahhhhh..

Oh yeah, the drawing. Pretty good, you do a great job with those brush strokes, they're so smooth and they make the entire thing so much better. You did nice with the lighting too, that lovely moonlight glow that everyone loves is pretty apparent.

Rhunyc responds:

Awww... Well up here, the snow stays for roughly over half the year.. So it gets kind of sickening towards the end, but the first few months are pretty amazing. :)

And yeah, you got the idea pretty much right. :)

Thanks for the awfully nice review though, man. Makes my day. :)

Wow...

Probably one of my favorite pieces submitted to the art portal.

Rhunyc responds:

Aww man, that's an honor. Thank you. :)

Nice Dude

Thats pretty sweet man i like the vibe of it dude 10/10

Rhunyc responds:

Hey thanks! Kick-ass icon, btw. Valve ftw! :)

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Jun 19, 2009
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