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"Inhabitant of bank" by Tuomo Suorsa

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Actually this is made over 3.5 months ago and I took with it part to Shadow of the Colossus art competition ( arranged by Pelit -magazine) Theme was to draw your own giant, so I did this gentle naturegiant.  It didn't got first place  but  I won cool Shadow of the Colossus t-shirt anyway :)

23 Jun 200645 Anonymous
This is so beautiful! I love the way you have the man in the boat included in the picture to show exactly how huge your giant is. Great attention to detail; the Mods choice was well deserved.
23 Jun 200645 Risa C. Wampler
This is such a cool picture, you should have gotten 1st just for the idea!
23 Jun 2006:-) Nicole Greiner
You know... The only thing i can think of is that on the otherside of this giant there's a very confused bear laying all slipshod (probably with his hind quarters in the proximity of over his head) after rolling down the mountain wondering how the hell the meadow he was napping in got so tall.
23 Jun 200645 Julia
Great pic! Nice colors. The face is a bit awkward, but hey, he's a giant isn't he? And yes, you CAN criticize if you don't like it, but there's a difference between beneficial constructive criticism, and not saying a single good thing about it, nagging at every last detail gone a bit awry, and blatantly stating that it's nasty, you're a horrible artist. That, my dear, is DEstructive criticism. Nobody wants it, yet so many people are dishing it out anyway. For those who do that, DON'T think you're cool.
23 Jun 2006:-) Kristin Lewis
Wow, at first it's frightening, then it's fascinating. I love the way you showed how big the giant is in comparison to the man. I also love how his fingers are roots, and his body is made up of the moss and trees of the forest and bank. Very unique. Congrats!
23 Jun 2006:-) Tannya A Seifert
Very original, very stunning. Congrats on Mod's choice!
24 Jun 2006:-) Danyelle K. Beauchamp
Those "Spanton" people can drop dead! In fact! *looks up brightly* I think i might help them!!! Muhahahaha!!!! *runs after the so called "Spantons" with a few machetes to hold them down and rocket launchers in pack to do the dirty work* why? DO I NEED A REASON TO SAY SO?!?!?! Beside all the mods choices today look perfect!!
11 Jul 2006:-) Åsa, Dragonmind, Nilsson
This reminds me of a film I saw as a child. Maybe you know about it? Dunderklumpen? You seems to be from Finland so maybe you do.
Anyway, in this movie there is a giant that looks like a landscape just like your's.
Jätten Jorm, Jorm the giant, I liked him the most in this movie.

I like you're stile. And you’re vivid imagination. It is a wee bit weird just like mine 2
And this one was...cool.
12 Jul 2006:-) Justin A 'Merlion Emrys' Williams
This is beautiful, and so interesting. It makes me want to write a story about it, and the other things that may be inhabiting the bank and the surrounding area.

Ooo or better yet, what might be in the water...ooo now theres a good idea for a new illustration for you.
23 Jul 200745 Pixie
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'Inhabitant of bank':
 • Created by: :-) Tuomo Suorsa
 • Copyright: ©Tuomo Suorsa. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Bank, Forest, Giant, River
 • Categories: Landscape, Nature, Panoramic
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen, Watercolour, Other
Modpick •  Mod Pick at: 2006-06-23 10:00:12
 • Submitted: 2006-06-19 01:02:27
 • Views: 1015
 • Resolution: 521x724

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