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The Poulps by GeorgeSellas The Poulps by GeorgeSellas
The battle against the giant squid from Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.

Copyright 2008 George Sellas
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DoctorMadwoman Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2011
*Fangirl squeals over the Captain's badassery*
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Stretch-Ink Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Incredible texturing. It really brings that weathered, nautical feel to the piece.
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GeorgeSellas Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! This is an oldie, and there are lots of aspects of it that I would approach differently now, but considering when it was done, I'm still proud of it.
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PULPHERO33 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009
Well this is Epic.
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GeorgeSellas Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Haha, thanks! Good scene from a good book.
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ThisIsDantesHeart Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2008
Gives me chills. Good ones.

I love his posture with the axe....
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pazazz Featured By Owner May 16, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
This piece has been featured in a news article entitled SQUID.
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Coelasquid Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008
Aw, what did those squids ever do to them?

Besides... y'know... terrorize them.
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ratfactor Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2008
This looks amazing. I simply cannot tell this was done digitally at all. If you said it was done on paper with watercolor and ink, I would have believed you. I love the figures, the faces, the expressions, and the squidy goodness. Great job!
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GeorgeSellas Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Well, it's not 100% digital. The color and texture is digital, but the drawing itself was pencil on 11 x 17 paper. Glad you enjoyed it.
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