Evil tree
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Evil tree

Author Comments

Made with pen and pencil on A4.
My scanner isn't top notch, but I've tried to fix it as good as I could...

Reviews


This is a great drawing! It's actually pretty creepy. Looking at some other stuff you've made, you seem to be known for that kind of stuff. The tree just looks so powerful in this. It's like some bizarre case of conjoined twins. I thought that was a cat at first, but it's a rabbit.

I've never seen a black rabbit before. I just now notice the noose. It seems like this was inspired by "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark". Those have been popular with creepypasta lately. The artwork, I mean.


SmokeryDots responds:

Thank you very much for the good response.
The funny thing isthat i had actually never seen nor heard of "Scary stories to tell in the Dark" untill a couple of years ago, believe it or not... (I'm from Denmark)...
But since everyone told me this, that some of my drawings looked like the ones from the book, I naturally had to have a peek. And I got it. And I was kinda flattered. Stephen Gammell really produced some awesome stuff! :)


Quite surrealist if a may say , I specially like the black rabbit detail.



looks like...

Harlold from fallout series awsome drawings all of them to many to write reviews



Wow

That looks friendly!



Weird... Evil Weird!

I love it , the left eye is marvellous really scares you.


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SmokeryDots
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Score
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Uploaded
Aug 21, 2009 | 6:05 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
488 x 645 px
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199.7 kb
Tags
  • Daily 4th Place 08 22, 2009

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