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    Forager getting dangerously close to a sticky phytopod

    My first work in AR 5. Oil + colored pencils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjamino View Post
    My first work in AR 5. Oil + colored pencils.

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    I see you have good drawing skills. This art is not exactly my cup of thee. Everybody has different taste in art of course. Well done!

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    nice surreal style I like it too

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    They look like they could be natural allies, made for each other as it were. Potential hybrids in the making. Although as you said it, I'm thinking they could also be natural opponents from a biosphere far, far away.

    Great imagination! Good drawing.


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    Really like this. To me there's something almost medieval about the look of the forager. The delicate hands and the staring eyes.
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    I guess the good, meek guy is the one with proboscis.
    A lovely illustration reminding me, althopugh in a more modern style, of ancient, dusty bestiaries on imaginary animals we keep in monasteries' libraries.
    Excellent!
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    I like your style, and your treatments of your interesting subject matter. I saw another of yours posted, I guess today. There is a lot of "communication" in these works. I love 'em.
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    Thanks!

    I am really grateful for your kind words that help building up the momentum for the next drawings

    And I love it when my drawing triggers bouts of imagination, like it seems this one did for some people.

    THANKS!

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