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Circus Image 3 - A3 ink by IgorChakal Circus Image 3 - A3 ink by IgorChakal
So, this is another page of the Circus project. Is now complete, I only have to wait for the printed version to put it all here in the right order. Thanks for looking at it! =)
(Please just ignore the first two panels, I was really really lazy there because it's just a uni work and I had more urgent projects to work on)
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PorcelainMalice Dec 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd love to see more circus related work. Jealous as well, over here. I've been making attempts at circus/dark carnival related themes, with absolutely 0 success.
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I am insanely jealous. This is awesome. What inspired you to do a circus-themed project?
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IgorChakal Dec 10, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
hahahaa no reason to be jealous.
And thanks. =)
Hum, it's part of the uni project actually. The tutors select a theme for the class to work on. This one was Circus. Everyone is going for Children's book, but fuck that. xD
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Hahahaha good on you, circuses are meant for horror. I think any kind of children's book theme or story can be borderline horror, though.
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IgorChakal Dec 11, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Agreed. Circus are meant to be terrifying. I just wish I had more time to work on it properly.
And yeah, I always thought about that. Have you ever seen an artist called Gris Grimly? He makes a very good point with the whole scary children's book art. There's another one called John Kenn Mortensen, he is one of my favourites. He uses children's illustration to produce some really unsettling images. Very very good =)
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Yeah I love Gris Grimly. I also love Mortensen, he kind of reminds me of Edward Gorey.
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