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Slavonic gods. Perun-Storm and war, Yarovit - Fire and war
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the gods of godsend--minus one. these are for a mandala-styled illustration i'm doing for the kickstarter. want a book? head here: [link]
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Mr. Toad lives for the roar of an engine!
Watercolour on cotton, 2012.
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The wall around the Asgard is nearly finished ... and Loki is in a big problem ... Odin is really angry .... the Builder really happy ...
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Norse mythology... Loki and Sigyn in a peaceful sleep far away from theirs suffering
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The meeting in Asgard about the wall ... and Loki has an ideal idea...
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one more obsession ... :-) Loki is back in Asgard with his nice one son Sleipnir (eight legged horse) ....hmmm Loki is kinda girlish one more time... never mind... ... bad photo
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A4 8 x 11 in. size thick canvas paper

Original is for sale

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Finally finished this piece so happy :)

Original size 15.5in x 11.5in
On A2 300 series Bristol vellum sheet
mechanical 0.5mm HB, 0.3mm HB, 3B black pierre noire conte pencil
Blending tool, cotton buds, kneaded eraser and ruler

This was my first attempt drawing an animal in a hyperrealistic style hope you like,
I would say it was more difficult than my Albert Einstein Piece too, as the whole entire face was covered with tiny intricate hairs, was frustrating at times but still persisted. around 160 hours it took me to complete
Follow me here instagram.com/samantha_messias… and thank you for all your kind words and support
Peace and love
Thank you
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sculpture study for Jon Foster's figure painting class.
gouache/acrylic on illustration board.
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