Well, that was a lot of time!
But I’m really happy about the result of it! The light is the way I wanted to be and the colours do match this time!
It was meant to be a scene out of a story I’m writing at the moment, but it did turn out a bit different. The wolf isn’t quite as scary as he should be and cave doesn’t look very rocky, but that are only details. My younger brother concluded it the best way possible by answering “it reminds me a bit of Moses, you know? The burning bush-scene?” (by this he meant the DreamWorks version “Prince of Egypt”) when I asked him what he thought about it.
Not quite, but I guess he meant it in a positive way.
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Tips and tricks are always appreciated! I’d like to improve!
Twelve hours of painting laterrr! Those mountains were so hard to get right! Overall I like the atmosphere it has and the outcome of the left mountain, which really was a pain in the ass. I’ve spent at least five hours getting that one the colors I wanted :’D
Inspired by listening to Calexico - Glowing Heart of the World, wonderful song! If you don’t know it, you should check out!
Critism and advice is always welcome! Please don’t hold back, I’d like to improve!
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A bit of an older drawing. It was an assignment for school: The theme was “Robots”. Before I drew this I saw a pretty terrifying short film, which was made by Ruairi Robinson, named “BlinkyTM”.
It made me think about the way we deal with robots these days and what would happen if we made the things better, let’s say even good even to be compared to a real human friend.
The drawing is going to be an advertisement about a robot-boyfriend and how really nice it would be if you could get yourself one.
The drawing itself is meant as kind of dystopian thing, because I think robots are pretty scary when they get this humanic in the future.
That said, Blinky is a really good movie, even though you probably shouldn’t watch it after 10pm
Link to Blinky: www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLTmZj…