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Hunter in the Snow

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Hey Newgrounds! I've been a member of this site since 2005 as just an onlooker in awe at the awesome stuff that would get produced here. Now that an art segment is in full swing I finally got off my lazy ass and decided to post some work I've done, and hopefully I will post more stuff soon!

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Wow, all you're work is brilliant, and i love this and the jungle one best, may i just ask, what is that on the head of his pole-arm? a face?



Awsome



He is the one who takes the lives as he journeys to destroy those who stole his daughters life and her purity.
Well that's the best I got I am no book writer. XD
This is a wonderfully epic painting sir. :D

<Moo of Approval>


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Excellent. (Came to this page through "Taming the beast").

This is the pose that I pull off when waiting for my Mother to bring me my food.

Then I realise I don't live with her anymore. I live with my Brother now and this pose works all the same.

"Dear Brother, FOOD!"

Snow looks super soft against the hard... rock (damn it vocabulary!) Blood trickling onto frozen lake adds an almost serene feel to the piece, I love it.

Dude looks mega bad ass (again, kinda like me when I do this pose). Armour is tonks and weapons/gauntlets look brutal!

Infact, everything about this looks brutal; The cold snowy day? Brutal. Dead trees? 101 of brutal. Podium-esque rock. +1 brutal. Armed armoured Dude? Classically brutal, executed perfectly. BLOOD ON FROZEN LAKE? Next level brutal! CUTE BIRD? TOTALLY GA- I MEAN BRUTAL!

Great work, looking forward to more from you.



How was this not frontpaged? God dammit NG... what the hell is this?!


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ThePrisoner
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Apr 7, 2012
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