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the end is night Nevermore

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The ending in the Nevermore

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Please forgive me for lacking taste in art here Subwoofer64. This is a nice work, and I see the character's in the middle of apocalypto. I like this reoccurring theme you have with "the end is nigh". What this could use though is a little more palette. It feels like looking at a vat of blue tie-dye. Some gold or orange color, like looking at sunset through dark clouds maybe. I feel this piece'd be more appealing if some more color was involved.

The blue monochrome is somber, it really is. You do a great job of maintaining a color scheme in your other works though. "The end is meat", "Subwoofer's pissed", and "The End is Nigh" you did well with the monochrome scheme, and "things ", "...God's watching", and "Cry buddies" were refreshing since you used more colors.

Perhaps you felt that the blue colors expressed your idea better. However, if I were anywhere near as talented as you are though, I'd try going mad scientist with the colors more. Try adding gold, orange, purple, brown maybe. I picture sunset through dark cloud colors here.

This is a great piece here, I love the idea. Me and my uncultured self just don't "feel it" as well as your other works. Otherwise, this'd be an automatic 4-5 stars from me. Thanks for reading Subwoofer64. You're good at illustration, which was why it's shocking when I didn't feel this one as well.


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Jul 29, 2017 | 7:35 PM EDT
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