Dakota GrabBag


"Wooley's gone soft. He's drawing fields and shit instead of tits and ass!"

... it needs more grass though.

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It is really well done. The only thing I could think of is to add a few birds or deer. Maybe. It is serene without them, too.

It looks great if a little empty, but maybe Im just biased, since most biomes I have seen personally so far are sub-tropical, so a lot more colorful, but as I see this one is more semi-arid, like som grass-land (sorry for being cap. obvious) but again, it looks great, the amoun of edetails and effort put into it is visible, and the perspective is also very good.

Over all it lacks a bit of a spark "a uniqueness that can make it stand out" when compared to other drawings of landscapes, but as it is it's already much better than most ofus here commenting can brag to do (I can't get even close to such result) my recomendation would be to add a little bit of movement to the scene, like more types of clouds at the same time, or maybe a few animals in the distance, small enough o be recognizeable but still not enough to be a bother to draw.

But still great work Wolley, this shift from the usual T&A department sure made you some good.

WooleyWorld responds:


Its nice, but lack of titties and ass, you couldve added a girl in there somewhere lying in the grass maybe haha

WooleyWorld responds:


Ugh, where are the BOOBS and ASSES and WOOLY SHIRTLESS MEN?
But really, I like this! There's a lot of detail and the colours are great. I really like how you portrayed the sunlight ^^

WooleyWorld responds:

I want to give it another go... But thank you.

But it could use some tits and ass. Help bring out the background :)

WooleyWorld responds:

Next time around I'll be make the mountains a pair of tits. Yeah.

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4.26 / 5.00

Mar 20, 2016
4:25 PM EDT
Fine Art
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