You always have a way of mixing different styles. The only thing I would be critical of, is the skin around it's face. You have great details in pictures, so we all full-view, (especially on request ), but when we get closer, the skin around this creature's face is nowhere near as detailed as the rest of it. Those deep wrinkles and faded skin need some boosting. That's all I got miss Ging.
Teh most coolest! Also, i was all like contreversial about the angel of death, but the way u explained it, it was awesome! And the angel of death promised freedom for the jews by killing the first born sons.
The Angel of Death will likely always be a controversial figure, symbolized in many different ways. I know my version is rather frightening but I felt like death can be really frightening for most, even those who believe in God. It's something we don't understand much about.
Vicente, I miss talking with you and having the partnership we had just a few weeks ago when I still had a ^. But, I'm glad you stick with me even though I'm not on dA as much anymore. You always take time to compliment me and my work. Thank you so much!
But the detail is breathtaking. I love love love the blue color you used, it's perfect -- not too light or too dark. Very gorgeous!
There's something about his eyes that totally gives me chills. Probably their largeness and lack of whites; it's very eerie!
Simply beautiful. Gosh, you're the only one I know that puts so much thought into the symbolism! I'm glad that you put them down, or I might have even missed them -- that's very cool to me, that you can hide little meanings in the picture without anyone even knowing it unless they try to look!
It is rather striking, not every biblical thing is always pretty, half the time its jaw-dropping. Take 2 Samual 22: 7-16. That's probably one of the most interesting imageries , and dark, I've read. I'd say that whole chapter is one of my favorites because of how frightening David poeticizes it and to know that this God is on our side.