they look like the guys from The Forest more than Attack on Titan. Oh and sorry about your cat mine was put to sleep earlie this year 1week after my birthday and he was older than me he is the only cat i ever realy knew he was nearly 18 years old. Just try not to think about it and you shouldnt feel sad as much.
I like the feather between the teeth better but...I don't know why...I liked the direction(?) in the first picture more. For me it has a better feel if they are going from right to left and not from left to right.
Oops. Okay, I'm guilty of thinking this was, well, you know. Set me on fire.
Anyway, I thought this was a photograph or something when I first saw the thumbnail. This is probably the simplest but most disturbing thing I've encountered today on the internet (and there are lots of disturbing stuff internet..)
Some of the branches in the foreground look like they're from a branch brush (which they maybe be not... probably not) because they're just solid blocks of color (well, if I ignore the gradient). But I wouldn't have noticed it if I didn't look to closely so I guess it doesn't matter much. And then, the girl-whatever-they-are's feet looks sort of strange when I stare at them for too long. Maybe I shouldn't stare for too long?
There's a random blob of green near in the foreground guy's legs--I don't know if they're there on purpose or what. And then the figures in the background emerging from the water doesn't blend very well with, well, the background.
Mm... I like that you put the feather in the guy's mouth rather than making him hold it. It gives off a more... primal look. I initially thought it was from a bird he ate but yeah... I don't really really know...
Personally, I feel this piece has a lot of emotion to it. It's strong and the scale in it catches my eye. The scale in this piece draws my eye around the whole piece. I thought it was smart that you put the biggest guy on the left side allowing your eye to be drawn around to see the rest of the detail. It works because many people read left to right and by habit it works. Your color scheme is lovely too. It really captures emotion and goes along with it. I love the detail on the tree as well. Overall, I would say this is pretty great work.
Nightmare inducing images of what very well could be the Wendigo my grandma warned me about when I'd wander off into the woods too far? Yes, yes that will do.
That being said it's absolutely beautiful; I swear I can feel the cold from the snow, yet there's still a combined warmth from the small bit of sunrise in the back, and the breath coming from the..things. Well done. Favorite for sure.