View Poll Results: Vote for your fav entry regarding the topic!

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  • Woodlandwalker

    3 3.66%
  • mr-nick

    0 0%
  • mattbyng

    0 0%
  • scorge

    0 0%
  • Chupacabra

    6 7.32%
  • FlyingMilton

    15 18.29%
  • Paolo13

    0 0%
  • misledtomisery

    32 39.02%
  • Moai

    7 8.54%
  • Tom Garden

    1 1.22%
  • JCole76

    0 0%
  • Simonl

    13 15.85%
  • Michael Jaecks

    5 6.10%
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Thread: C.O.W. - #071: Xmas 2006 - Elf Eater or Bauble Maker - Voting!

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    Voted misledtomisery, great imagination! just plain love the creature
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    Chupacabra - Your piece reminds me of Frazetta - composition wise and also somewhat the rough painting style. Good stuff! I think the main reason why you're not ahead in the poll is because - well, it's just a lizard.
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    I voted Chupacabra, I liked his entry, it looks simple and laconic, but it has many well thought out details and effects to be likable. Like an interesting view from beneath, atmosphere, trophies from the recent event, light irony or even sarcasm with Christmas tree association and I his story.
    The birds a bit rough looking, I think.
    Many interesting entries in this round though, I would like give more votes to some artists

    Michael Jaecks , it's my second choice. Beautiful idea, story and I like ornaments. BG is not up to the rest in my opinion.
    FlyingMilton for good story and impressive anatomy of the snake, It was scary looking entry.
    SimonR, it is funny and beautifully executed.
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    I vote for FlyingMilton. Original and well executed.
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    michael Jaeks.... got my vote . I love the shiny things
    chaos
    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    I was torn on this one...... it out of Simon and Misled I choose....... Misled its just too strong a concept to pass up.
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    Transition from Art Critic to Artiste - Diligence, that's all I need.
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    It's FlyingMilton's snake for me, everything about it - design, color, technique - is just great. And so original and fresh too - the design doesn't scream "creature concept art here"...
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    Micheal got it for me...i just love the dragon and the story is really creative. The rendering is also wonderful and there's been a huge improvement in rendering in even the few months I've been watching this event...

    It's a well deserved vote!
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    I voted for Simonl, there is a " reality " in the image, i can feel the effort's creature. haha please sorry for the bad english.
    But i really like the Woodlandwalker and Michael Jaecks pieces, great job guys!



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    my vote goes to Moai, excellent creature design and execution. GJ!
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    Thanks for the kind comments and the votes, folks.

    I voted for SimonL. Always love his entries.

    Long live the bauble makers!
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    I too voted for that elfeating treetrunk, but I would have liked to see Jakkas paintover to happen.
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    Caskin, dragon4lunch, Espenboi, jynx, Phylum, Simonl, wizo5454, I can't thank you enough for your votes. I still can hardly believe that I've received seven votes, when my previous CoW record was one. So, thank you all for the support and encouragement that these votes represent.
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