|14 Jul 2005|| 3BIT|
Wow!! That's awesome...the tones and the detail..and just "wow" it's great!
One question though, why Eastern Europe? Just curious, I mean maybe it's not really that important...
|14 Jul 2005|| Shannon Poehlman|
where on earth do you get your patience from (if it even comes from the earth)? i would have already burned the drawing in frustration. O_O
all the details are just...just-
well, lets just say they would have made me lose my mind if i had tried anything like that. the details are so small!!!!
the drawing itself is beautiful. i love the unique idea.
::first comment jig::
|6 Nov 2007|| Matthias Schmidt|
You don't have to tell a pro how good he is... but I appreciate the huge amounts of details on this guy, and I like the look of the whole picture, that you made it look like a page from an ancient tome. I really can imagine this guy sneaking around for seeking the best rests of a devastated world.
|30 Mar 2008|| Anon.|
really great ; ) the detail is incredible!
|5 Mar 2009|| Timo Yocoto Karthaus|
Youre cool... i wish i cld draw like that ( i am only twelve) But i can draw the best of my school.
|1 Oct 2009|| Holly 'Cupid' Fiore|
As an ardent lover of anything steampunk, I must say that this detailed desertpunk drawing is something that excites the heck out of me!
It somehow reminds me of Milla Jovovich as Alice in Resident Evil: Extinction... (Awesome group of movies, Resident Evil)...
But however one looks at this picture, all can agree that it’s particularly cool-lookin’!
"Great [drawing], kid! That was one in a million! Now let’s blow this place and go home!" -- altered Han Solo quote
|6 Mar 2010|| Anon.|
I love your apocalyptic drawings, I wish you’d do more!