Versión horizontal del Caronte 16 para poner mono el monitor
Jose, tu trabajo de da envidia!
Wow, it is beautiful
I absolutely love the design and that sepia shaded background is beautiful, really brings out the color.
Fantastik work, BubaChop! Congratulations on the Daily Dev.
Creepy yet beautiful
Pretty happy scene for a dead guy.
Reeeaaaaally cool!! Great style too!
Congratulations to the well deserved DD ! Great work ...
I like how you did your roses. They're very pretty
Congrats on the DD!
Have a nice day!
Have a nice day!
This is a very neat and unique piece of work. I like the style and detail put into this
it's beautiful but i don't know if it was on purpose but i didn't notice the girl until i stared at it for a while-
i think that a bit of backlight, some small contouring would pop her out- there IS light just behind her,
i also think that the right side should of swirled down / up anywhere but straight ahead, perhaps with a trail from a far instead of the wall-
the straight line reduces the amazing flow that you have with the carriage.
besides i really loved it.
Absolutely beautiful. Love the colors on this.
Well done! Congrats on the DD
Congratulations on having your piece featured as one of today's Daily Deviations!
congratulations to the well deserved Daily Deviation
I have a soft spot for the Grim Reaper, and I must say you've captured a version of him very nicely here! Gorgeous lighting, and I love the use of pastel colours to portray a very gothic image. Well done!
Congrats on the DD - love the details and the colors
This is absolutely bad ass! The composition the roses and the skull. The driver cracks me up. The only thing I am wondering is why not go with skeleton hands?....Good job.
Holy, amazingly incredible! The Horse Drawn Carriage is stunning and The Characters look radical! The skull, horse, mane, expressions, humor, poses, movement, scenery, whip, wheels, roses, bat wings, ground, composition, concept, uniqueness, style, lighting, colors, and other details re also spectacular! Exquisitely lovely work!
very impressive and lively!