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Kuchisake-onna

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By DavidGaillet   |   
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Digital painting with photoshop
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IMAGE DETAILS
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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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Gillian9813Hobbyist Traditional Artist
beautiful 
Vandal030's avatar
Fantastic detail, good job.
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x-Lilou-chan-xStudent Digital Artist
Fuhuhu~ that's scary...! I know that japanese urban legend x'DD when I read the title it popped up in my head
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This is one of the most Beautiful pieces I've seen in a Long time...  Amazing!!!
 
Maybe if you get a chance you can take a look at my work, and give me your opinion, Like should I even keep going, jk, Kinda...  I've been drawing since I can remember and I'm at one of those points I hear a lot of artist go through, down on their work and thinking about stoping, It Hasn't been easy eithier since my Wife passed away, I have no friends that are artists, but I had her who was really in to my work, and really believed in me, now nobody I know could care less... Unless they want a free piece of work!
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DoodahHobbyist Digital Artist
awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Sketchevrywir's avatar
Terrifying in its own way. Beautiful.
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GuyWithThePencilHobbyist Artist
It's Beautiful
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ShadowDoctrineHobbyist Photographer
That's beautiful artistry! :heart:
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ArtbroJohnProfessional Digital Artist
Awesome!
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drawoftheemotionalHobbyist General Artist
This was always my fav urban legend and i like the movies.
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Oh kuchisake onna. I became obsessed with Japanese urban legends several summers ago. And have been in love with them ever since although I think I've gone through most of the more famous ones. I basically know the major ones by heart. So I have a pretty good chance of surviving an encounter with her. But for people who don't know here's how to survive. She usually attacks you by asking you am I pretty. if you say yes she'll remove her surgical mask and slice your face like hers. If you say no she'll straight up kill you. if you say am i pretty she'll stop to think about it and you can runaway. You can also say I have prior engagements to get to and she will politely excuse herself.
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SweetlylouProfessional Digital Artist
Wonderful artwork ! :heart:
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GrnAceHobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, the cloth visual is so unreal. Breathtaking piece :nod:
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creepy and awesome
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Amazing. All the details, colors and shadows. Her face, her hands. Just perfect.
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maurocordeiroanimateProfessional Filmographer
AMAZING
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Creepy legend that apparently became real in the 70s.
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ANGELWOLFCHILDHobbyist Writer

This is uttery beautiful, it's so dynamic and feels so real. The lighting really adds dimension to her while the blade and the dress really pays homage to the origins of the story. Fantastic work mate, keep it up.

I love this version of Kuchisake-Onna, this has helped inspire my halloween costume for this year :D

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raggajunglist420Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wikkid Piece
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za4em9Hobbyist Digital Artist
Interesting:  the water is perfectly still, just a hint of ripple...  Yet the character is all wavy and windy.  creates a nice other-world-ey feel...  Excellent.
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XsilverghostXHobbyist Digital Artist
I'm just glad there are escape routes from her! I feel so bad for the spirit that had to become this way...
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RatsuTerra48Hobbyist Digital Artist
"Let's put a smile on that face"
Very Cool Picture
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The-Torn-OneHobbyist Writer
I rarely ever see people do a design of Kuchisake-onna in the style of about the same time period as the legend started. Most people do it in the more modern style, but don't get me wrong I love both styles. Thought to me this style, with the kimono instead of a trench coat and surgical mask, is so beautiful and much more terrifying. Your amazing artwork has made me fall in love with one of my favorite yokai even more.
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ShaD-23Hobbyist General Artist
Jeff the Killer of Feudal Japan?
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