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In the forest ... 2.0 by Svenechoff
In the forest ... 2.0

An updated version the painting I posted few days ago  - after fixing some anatomy issues :)

It is very loosely based on the following Russian fairy-tale. 

Twelve Months
"...Once there lived an evil, greedy woman who loved her own daughter and hated her virtuous, hardworking stepdaughter. On a very cold day in January, she sent her poor stepdaughter to the forest to pick snowdrops for her stepsister's birthday.

"But the snowdrops won't be blooming for another two months, at least!" cried the poor girl." Her stepmother said, "I don't want to hear about it. Go out there and find them and don't come back until you do."

Since the girl had no choice, she started walking through the frozen woods. She walked further and further and got colder and colder, but there wasn't a living thing to be seen. The wind began to blow and the snow began to fall..."


For more stuff follow me on:
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Facebook : www.facebook.com/alex.elykov?r…
Tumblr: alexelykov.tumblr.com/

Cheers  :)
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In the forest ... by Svenechoff
In the forest ...

First piece out of 6, they all would be very loosely based on 3 things that I really, really like.
Dark fantasy, Russian fairy tales, and dark sci-fi.


Twelve Months
"...Once there lived an evil, greedy woman who loved her own daughter and hated her virtuous, hardworking stepdaughter. On a very cold day in January, she sent her poor stepdaughter to the forest to pick snowdrops for her stepsister's birthday.

"But the snowdrops won't be blooming for another two months, at least!" cried the poor girl." Her stepmother said, "I don't want to hear about it. Go out there and find them and don't come back until you do."

Since the girl had no choice, she started walking through the frozen woods. She walked further and further and got colder and colder, but there wasn't a living thing to be seen. The wind began to blow and the snow began to fall..."






For more stuff follow me on:
twitter: twitter.com/AlexElykov
Facebook : www.facebook.com/alex.elykov?r…
Tumblr: alexelykov.tumblr.com/

Cheers  :)

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RED by Svenechoff
RED
A repaint of an old pic from 2012, just wanted to see how much I've progressed.


For more stuff follow me on:
twitter: twitter.com/AlexElykov
Facebook : www.facebook.com/alex.elykov?r…


Cheers.
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Svenechoff
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Artist | Student | Digital Art
United Kingdom
Current Residence: UK
Favourite genre of music: Rock
Favourite style of art: Sci-fi, Fantasy
Operating System: My brain
Shell of choice: My room...
Personal Quote: "אין דבר כזה קשה •

If you like my work you can follow me on other places too:

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/alex.elykov

Behance: www.behance.net/AlexElykov

Inprnt.: www.inprnt.com/gallery/alexely…

TUMBLR: alexelykov.tumblr.com/

Or visit my Portfolio site:
Interests

Some small but important notes for a beginning artist - from personal experience

Some of these were picked up by me years ago from other artists, sites, etc...but I frankly couldn't remember from whom/where exactly so...anyways.

1. Before you submit your portfolio to the various companies, you MUST do some research about these companies, and try to answer some simple yet important questions for each and every one of them;

a. Does this company has a specific criteria to portfolio reviews/submissions - if they do, follow their rules! (do they want a disclosure form attached to the submission? Do they accept only snail mail submission or also links to portfolios? Do they expect you to attach some jpgs to the e-mail submission or a simple link would be enough?....etc)

b. Does your portfolio match their general "style" of work? - editors (unless specified otherwise) would usually prefer to maintain a certain brand/company "style".

2. Never write down or say that you are a "beginner", "aspiring", etc...artist. Editors would understand that by themselves, you do not need to devalue yourself and your work with these statements.

3. If if you think it is needed or/and possible, write down your previous experience in the art industry, and if you have, any positive references from people you worked for. 
Important! - do not invent imaginary companies and clients.
Important! - doing doodles for family members and friends, doesn't count as previous work experience.

4. When you do receive some proposals from possible clients/companies.
Stick to the pay rate (per page/per illustration) that you set to yourself. 

Do not work for peanuts or for the promise of future exposure! - you are not doing it as a hobby, it is supposed to be a job, if it doesn't pay enough it could mean only two things. Either you're getting ripped off, or you're simply not good enough yet. 

5. When you compose the e-mail, snail mail to the company's editors, BE PERSONAL!
As was stated before, do some research on what is the name, gender of the editor you try to make contact with. 

DO NOT simply send the generic: "Hi, my name is....", "Dear Mr/Mrs...",
but "Dear insert editors name here....."

Cheers,
Alex.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Nightwish & Delain
  • Reading: Physics books...
  • Watching: My monitor
  • Playing: Ain't got time for games

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TAPbagan Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday :squee:
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Thank you :D :D
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happy birthday!
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Svenechoff Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Cheers :)
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Happy Birthday :aww:
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Svenechoff Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Cheers :D :D :D
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Happy birthday :party:
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Svenechoff Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank you :D :D :D
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