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Criminal Thoughts


Author Comments

Project for digital painting. He is a decapitated bunny boy.


After looking at this picture, I had a whole assumption on what it symbolized.
I believed that depicted in this picture was a young man with attractive looks seeming to be innocent as an angel. Yet, there's no forgetting the human moral that looks can be deceiving. An unsuspecting girl could be lead by the very monstrosity to evil and chaos. A mere work of the devil himself to corrupt the minds of the innocent.

After looking at the description, I was all like oh ok. XD
Kudos, man. This looks very impressive.

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Unibee responds:

Haha, I love your interpretation. I like juxtaposing weird things and having a contradiction in my art so that the message can be whatever you make of it.

Looks amazing to me. I love how his face looks, probably his expression the most. I'm no expert but, to me, the horns/ears, halo, blood- all part of the magic

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I really like it, and think it's really great, but I feel as though it would be a bit more obvious that you erased the painting portion if the background wasn't so uniform. Maybe a pattern or faint background would have helped. But still, backgrounds are a bitch to make, so I can't really blame you.

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Demoralized innocence. Like harmony of dissonance.

The boy looks like Cutman to me.

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Credits & Info

4.14 / 5.00

Apr 17, 2013
5:04 PM EDT
File Info
2655 x 4200 px
6.9 MB

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