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Dice

Sadness Creature. Now the painting is beginning to make sense.

Sadness Creature. Now the painting is beginning to make sense.
Dice, Apr 3, 2012
    • Taluntain
      Sadness immersed in anger?
    • Blackthorne TA
      Sadness is in the eye of the Beholder!

      Kinda looks like a Beholder with the stalks going off the edge :D
    • Dice
      @ Tal - Not sure he is immersed in anger. I still have the idea he is in some kind of hell.

      @ BT - I'm not sure how he looks big but I'm pretty sure he has two eyes and a body :p
    • Arabwel
      I'm reminded of Steven Archer's paintings... this is really evocative!
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