Make me proud..., Marek Okon (2D)

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  06 June 2008
I wanna grow up to be like you.
Current artistic talent = 0.0000001%
  06 June 2008
This piece is incredibly good.

  06 June 2008
Nice work! I like this story very much~

Dragon is cool!

I like this feel.
  06 June 2008
man, really amazing concept and execution... many can draw well, but you did both!

added to favourites!
  06 June 2008
Very cool picture))
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  06 June 2008
This is GREAT! Absolutely stunning!
  06 June 2008
Mindblowing piece here! Really inspiring job man!
There is so much detail in this one what makes it exciting to the eyes. Actually i wont believe that it's got too much 'focus points'. I guess this not a so called 'minimal composition' (where just one actual relevant matter). This is full of vividness and dynamism in shapes, motion, colors and in the whole composition.
On the other hand, i like this mixed stile! The way you've mixed the 'medieval-fantasy' with scatter of sci-fi elements. All of this makes a bit post-apocaliptic scane, but not in the familiar way! 5 stars!
Keep it up!

Last edited by Zocsi : 06 June 2008 at 10:47 AM.
  06 June 2008
Thumbs up

nice work!
  06 June 2008
So touchy, it makes me wanna cry..
  06 June 2008
Top work! I only just got IFX yesterday and really liked your feature. I love the idea that the anatomy of the dragon is dog-like...that really works for me.
  06 June 2008
Amazing picture!, really well done, 5*
  06 June 2008
I like the old dead futuristic blended with the past idea. Go's very far. Great work.
  06 June 2008
good story and play of light and dark shades.
  06 June 2008
good work on this one, specially that it was made in photoshop alone, without any 3d program involved.. though i think the left wing of the dragon could be improved, it looks a little unnatural in its pose..
  06 June 2008
I love the mood, especially with the large buildings in the back. Wonder what is used to be for....

Nice work!
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