A strange case, Craig Sellars (2D)

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  02 February 2008
nice work Craig- good to see you here
 
  02 February 2008
5 stars. Yes the camera angle itīs one of the things that make this picture so cool, and the atmosphere itīs just what you have in mind when reading this kind of genre.

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  02 February 2008
great Artwork, especially the robot. hehe
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  02 February 2008
Great but it needs more deatails at the back
 
  03 March 2008
Grear image! Love it! Like the style a lot.
 
  03 March 2008
zeen

very nice. it looks like a classic detective story. like the colors. good job.
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  03 March 2008
Really Fantastic Work, I love the composition, the 1950's Film Noir style and your use of lighting in the painting is really nice. I love the rim light on the Girl and the way the shadows fall across the Robot. A great idea that would make a great graphic novel.

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  03 March 2008
cool
i like it
thx
 
  07 July 2008
Thumbs up

Good piece of work!
 
  11 November 2008
I have been staring at this picture for ages. It has so much depth to it... like a whole story behind it. Gets the imagination going. Very well done
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  11 November 2008
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