A Hillsborough Community College Student Publication since 1978.
by Austin England
This art work is amazing very detailed. The sky is my favorite part of the picture how it is yellow with the dark clouds you used your colors well. This piece of art is named wisdom ,but I think it should have been named houses on the hills. Austin England you are a wonderful artist and I am looking forward to seeing more of your work. keep it 🙂
Now this drawing is interesting because it looks like something out of a devils worship service. Not really , its more so creative in the minds of the artist and I wish I could know the mind set they were in while drawing this. Its futuristic and colorful compared to most drawings that only use the pencil. I even like the light effects they drew in the sky with the blends of light and dark. Overall good drawing that will catch someones eye if they see it in an art gallery.
This is stunning. I like the colors and the expressions on the deathly faces of those creatures. The houses are all built so close together yet the seem lonely and empty. This makes me think of some dystopian society. I like the flower that seems to be the one point of beauty in all the insanity.
Very cool work. I like the look and the color choices as well. It is very creative and well executed. The more you look at it the more details and parts of the work you see. I like the buildings a lot, they have a M.C. Escher look to them. Nice work.
This is pretty great! Like one of the comments above it made me think of a dystopian society. This is incredibly detailed and your choice of colors make it phenomenal. The clouds are my favorite. I also really like how you played around with the little houses, making some of them sideways really adds to it once you realize it. The rose is a nice touch, going back to my statement about dystopia, the flower looks like its meant to represent hope!
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