EEP meets the Owl Eater

Posted Oct 24, 2005, 2:00:04 AM
The Owl eater was a concept piece I did a while back. I developed a story around it and its relationship with a young boy named Edgar Edward Presswood (EEP). This is when EEP first encounters the creature who is later to become his friend. At first edgar is rather afraid of him though.

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  • Oct 23, 2005
    Oh *shivers*, geeze, that creeping outside the window thing always gets me.
    I love the light blue you've added to EEP's face; it feels as though those pupils behind his glasses are stretched to the size of saucers.
    I feel for this kid! I'd be quite afraid of him too!
    • Oct 24, 2005
      He's spooky on the outside but honestly he's a bit of a softy. Smile Thanks Karana Kaou, I'm glad you like this one as it is a little different style from my others.
  • Oct 24, 2005
    My, this is great! It feels like you're in a Harry Potter movie. You've done a great job emphasizing the kid's fear. I wouldn't want to be in his place that's for sure. I also love the contrast between the inside of the house and the outside. Your art changed so much from what I saw you doing earlier. Anyhow, great job, I just love this pic!Favorite
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    "No more darker than the night, no more mystery in sight. One day he was simply gone and who knows if he'll return."
    • Oct 24, 2005
      Thank you very much, I was quite happy with this one. I get bored sticking with one style for too long. I am planning to illustrate this whole story in a similar fashion. It's nice to skip details one in a while and just have fun with shapes and shadows. Smile T'anks again.
      • Oct 24, 2005
        You're welcome. I think it looks perfect. And the cabin in the background reminded me of a cartoon I used to watch when I was a kid, there were sortof shadowy monsters in it. It really gave me nostalgia. I might draw something from it.
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        "No more darker than the night, no more mystery in sight. One day he was simply gone and who knows if he'll return."
        • Oct 24, 2005
          That would be cool, Be sure to let me know if you do post something of the sort.
          • Oct 24, 2005
            Sure. I don't know when I'll get around to do that since I'n getting back to college and stuff... but I hope I'll do this sometime soon, before I will be really busy.
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            "No more darker than the night, no more mystery in sight. One day he was simply gone and who knows if he'll return."
  • Oct 24, 2005
    Very scary piece. Great job of drawing on the audience's fear.
    • Oct 24, 2005
      Thank you very much BR.
  • Oct 25, 2005
    great pic! I love it! poor kid, I would be peeing my pants about then!
    • Nov 13, 2005
      Thank you very much Kichi, I might have done the same in that situation.
  • Nov 3, 2005
    Hee-bee Gee-bees!!! Awsome pic, my son just yelled at me to run from the monster on the puter LOL
    • Nov 13, 2005
      Thanks, your son sounds wise, at times I could have used a warning like that to avoid computer monsters.
  • Nov 8, 2005
    No kidding! I'd be scared of it, too. O.O!

    I can totally see them becoming best friends, though. =)
    • Nov 13, 2005
      Thanks, It represents most change, which can start out scary but end up for the best.

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