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Pan's Labyrinth: Devourer of Children by JillianLambertArt Pan's Labyrinth: Devourer of Children by JillianLambertArt
Pale Man, from Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth (El Laberinto del Fauno).

LOTS of fun coloring this one. BLOOD. And that creepy, sallow, saggy-skinned, baby-eating monster, Pale Man. Hurray!

Edit: Devourer of Children was awarded a Mini-DD by *SlyDante [link] Thank you so much!
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Redkora Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2009
I am transfixed by this picture. Great job!
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JillianLambertArt Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! Pale Man is a wickedly fun character to portray. :)
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MexicanPineapple Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2008  Student Digital Artist
-gasp- It's the Baby-eater!! @o@
The blood looks very nice and realistic. And the halo around his head makes him look like some sorta monster-angel, or maybe angel of death. <3's to Mr. Doug Jones who brought both of them to life.
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JillianLambertArt Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you! Yes, indeed, 'tis the baby-eater we all know and love. :D

I had fun with the blood - I'm glad you think it turned out well. I am absolutely in love with Doug Jones' incredible talent! <3
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MalteseLizzieMcGee Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2008   Traditional Artist
I love this guy. I was impressed by that scene in the film: how the creature was just slumped over with his eyes on a plate. Eyes on hands = genius
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JillianLambertArt Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh yes, the eye-hands are just amazing! The scene with Pale Man is one of the most arresting in the entire film, and certainly the most bizarre. I couldn't get enough of it.
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MalteseLizzieMcGee Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2008   Traditional Artist
I think I liked the faun's design the best: all those spirals and the cool colours: I'm a sucker for stuff like that.
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JillianLambertArt Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
The faun's design is stunningly beautiful. He looks so... natural, and all the same, he is ethereal. My admiration for Doug Jones exploded after seeing his performances as the faun and the Pale Man.
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MalteseLizzieMcGee Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2008   Traditional Artist
Was he using stilts in his faun performance? I think that's the only way to get the leg shape right, unless the legs were done digitally
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JillianLambertArt Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
Jones actually controlled the faun's legs with his own legs, but they were digitally erased thanks to a green casing he wore to make them "invisible." The faun's legs were crafted as part of Jones' makeup - something I found absolutely fascinating.
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