Dead End by griffingirl

Dead End

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Added: Jul 17, 2004
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This is a commission piece for a charming young man in Texas, based on an up-and-coming zombie-esque game. Gotta love them Texan zombies...yep...!

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Guest's picture

Just thought you'd like to know I thought so.

griffingirl's picture

Hey, thanks, Emily! I really respect that, coming from you...I sorta saw it as a book cover experiment. I wasn't being payed much, so I didn't spend too much effort on it, but it would rock digitalized for print....

veinglory's picture

Boy, this is a change from the usual fantasy. Wonderfully rendered given the straightforward nature of the image -- takes it from being just a clever joke picture to a great all round image.

griffingirl's picture

Dude, you rock...*smoooch!*

Guest's picture

No, of course I don't mind that you posted it here. The work was done by your hands, so you have every right to show it proudly.

griffingirl's picture

Awwww....I hope you don't mind I posted it here! It just turned out so spiffy...

Guest's picture

A truly excellent job Christine, and thank you so much again for bringing a simple idea to life! Wink
Your Biggest Texas Fan,
- Erasmas

bcorbett67's picture

Cool, good way to get the point across too.

somerset's picture

Eerie! Christine! such a simple image yet it sends the imagination in all sorts of directions (oops hope that didn't sound like a pun) great work!

Guest's picture

I think this is hilarious, seriously it's really funny to me and well done too. nice work!

laogden's picture

Masterfully understated and dramatic. Fantastic.

Guest's picture

You got the "zombie"-mood captured very well here, with just a slight hint of the theme... The color scheme really adds to the whole ... hmmm... thing Wink

sdavis123061's picture

Very dramatic Christine, that dismal grey sky really sets the mood, and the bloody hand print draws you in and makes you want to know the story. Nice work Christine.

Art at its best.