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4.60 / 5.00

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Sep 12, 2009 | 2:32 PM EDT
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Fine Art
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1698 x 2336 px
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3.6 mb
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god
demon
sovereign
mirth

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Author Comments

Pencil graphite drawing...I'm trying to make 113 of these guys for...I dunno what yet.

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DozellDozell

Rated 5 / 5 stars

want a few ideas?

Try a collection of these demons, all with different characteristics,like wings fangs and extra limbs( not that this is any help lol...sense most of ur stuff is like this)


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MordozMordoz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

bloody mirth. Awesome work

Very nice work. Graphite is nice, but if you were to try it in charcoal. wow. I love working in charcoal. My old art teacher once told us that you may hate it at first, but in time, you wont want to use anything else. He was so right! I found using the actual charcoal sticks was much more satisfying than using the pencils. I tended to create vast stretches of forests from the point of view of some small animal on a path. I wish I still had my old work..sigh. (destroyed in a neighborhood fire. yeah sad. over 70 paintings and 300 drawings up in smoke.)

When you said, and i quote:
"Thanks, but as a general rule I try not bleed when I draw--it ruins the art!"

Well actually Some famous art masters of the past wold use their own blood to help tint colors. Obviously a dangerous practice if overdone. I myself would use small amounts to lightly smear over my colored pencil drawings, creating an almost film over the area. Usually I did that only for the eyes of the mythical creatures. Less blood needed then...also for a time I wrote my signature in my own blood. Then coasted the whole drawing with fixative. Preserves the blood quite well. Also cows blood has been used by the great masters. Those who might have fainted at wounding themselves too often lol


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CounterChristCounterChrist

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Badass

I cant stop clicking on all these pictures. ther're all pretty good.



DivertingVenusDivertingVenus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

insane

wow. awesome.



endomerendomer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

God-like art ability

Your works are still awesome


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