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My entry for the Dark Shadows Barnabus Collins portrait contest!

I pretty much love everything about this contest, so I couldn't *not* enter! :D

8x10" White Prismacolor pencil on black illustration board. Accents in Scarlet Lake, Crimson Red, and Tuscan Red.
Around 30-35 hours.

WIP Animation here: [link]
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:iconaliciamariecreations:
So many of my ideas were all ready drawn so I ended up with this. Hope nobody has done this yet. :( I quite like it - the colors are my favorite part! :D I tried to make the skribble design be a bit obvious, but if it is needed, I'll upload a second deviation to show them much better.

I used to draw reptiles so often, but I realized that I haven't in a while. What fun it was and great practice with my tablet!

And, of course, happy birthday dA! :boogie: I love it here and it has been so much fun, can't wait for more to come :la:

If I win, that would so help pay for college. I've always wondered what people use the money for when they win these large contests.

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Finally able to complete it in time for the Avengers Challange.
You can see the thread here:
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Time used : 1 month with day job
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Probably my final tee design for the cute monster design comp!

Click the link above to check out the entries!
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TRADITIONAL ART - DRAWING
Drawn with aquarelle pencils on white cartridge paper.
I don't paint with the pencils!

I enjoyed doing something fantastical again! The characters are very adorable.
Think I was feeling the Valentine's vibe while doing this!:iconlovepinkplz:

*I updated the image. I didn't notice when I loaded it the first time but there was a black mark on Sackboy's hand...dirty scanner :oops:
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Darksiders
your last days contest

custom textures and brushes, wacom and photoshop ~2h speed painting

my goal was to reach dark and artistic ( maybe impressionistic ) atmosphere and mood using my own textures brushes . no ref used

(c) Inca - Artofinca
Alexander Nanitchkov
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Started working on some environments for a fictional MMO yesterday. I'm going to discard 4 of them, and render the other, so how about all you lovely Deviants pick your four favorites (just number them), and those that get the most votes will be the lucky ones!
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Tiny mushrooms on a tree
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Okay, so here's the story . . . %100000 TRUE BY THE WAY

'Once when I was younger, probably around seven or eight years old, I was spending the night at my grandmothers house with some of my older cousins. My grandmother, who loves to shop at thrift stores and antique shops, had happened to have picked up a new mirror for her bathroom that day. It was a beautiful mirror. Really! It had a golden border with a fancy design at the top. Definitely a good buy on her part. Or so we thought.

My older cousin, Cynthia-Dale, had heard of some new scary game that everybody at her school was playing. I wish that i remembered the exact words now, but I'm also happy to have forgotten them. The game was very similar to 'Bloody Mary'. We lit two candles, shut off all of the lights in the house, and read this poem three times. and we waited.

At first . . . nothing.

But a few seconds later (and till this day i don't know if it was just an amazing prank played on me by my cousins) i saw her!
A ghostly pale woman reaching from the mirror. she had pure white eyes, raven-black hair, and a necklace covered with tiny eyes.

In shock, I ran out of that bathroom faster than I'd ever run in my entire life.

I will never for get that night.

Needless to say, i was not sad when that mirror mysteriously broke a few weeks later :)'


This is my attempt at recreating that moment. I still don't even like thinking about that freaking mirror -__- sheeesh




here are some process shots:
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i used graphite, ink, and copic markers on bristol board.
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