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Left Behind All Intertwined by Nambroth Left Behind All Intertwined by Nambroth
Part 2/3 of a project I'm really excited about.

Chunky oil pastels with a touch of the palette knives and splattery airbrush in Painter.

Here's part one if you missed it:
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ScrubJay Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2010
Im absolutely enthralled by this. I have thought of painting something similar (a crow in a post apocalyptic landscape) but I don't really have the skill. Great job <3
nine9nine9 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
So nice! Featured in my 1/23/10 Journal, [link]
Nambroth Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
demonic-nidda Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2008
and life goes on
l2ainbird Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2008
This is wonderful, if a bit sad. The crow looks almost alive - just lacking animation, and even so it looks ready to burst into flight.
Reversed-Pocky Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2008
this is so sad, its bright and cherry though too, because of how you mixed in the color scheme and the bright sun gleaming in on the city
which is a good thing. because it makes you see just enough of the city to where you want to look more and more in depth of the picture,
its hard to explain but it made sense in my mind..this is sooo awesome, maybe my favorite thing you've done
great job on the subject too ;3; i love the anatomy as always your art is so great <3
DM-Nonchalant Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2008
Beautiful details, and definitely makes me wonder about how that city got to be in such lonely ruins...
Xenonthehedgehog Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2008
This is a really nice piece. It has a lot of feel and emotion to it, mostly sadness and the feeling of being alone.
The greyish bird really brings out the real emotion of it, though. The whole picture seems to just fit together like a puzzle; it all fits.
EmilyAngel Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2007
A . . . mazing!!!

kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
Love this. Very deep :3 There can be a lot of ways to interpret this, which makes it wonderful :3
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