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    Personal artwork - updated 10/08/2008!

    Hello,

    I'd like to show a few pictures that I did as kind of concepts for my personal ideas. I think about them more as "meaningless" artwork but I use them to explore themes that come to my head. They all are somehow connected. Maybe one day they'll grow into something more. Anyway, I hope You'll enjoy these!

    Edit 26/02/2008: I've just updated the thread with new works.

    Edit 09/03/2008: I added one new pic at the end of the thread.

    Edit 10/08/2008: new pic at the end of the thread.

    C & C welcome!
    Last edited by pazur; August 10th, 2008 at 04:26 PM. Reason: update with more works
    Greetings,
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    very cool work I really dig the vibe of the first one, what is it done in?
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    I love the third image. It really appeals to my personal tastes in that it’s a single image that conjures up many different emotions and atmospheres. It initially appears sinister yet there are undertones of comradeship or even morning. Fantastic.
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    Really outstanding. I love the 2nd and third especially. Only the last one is average. Great stuff!
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    Great stuff!
    The delicate line work in the first one does it for me, as well as the layering of the colors. Beautiful pieces.
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    that first one looks digital in the foreground , is it?

    I like them all great stuff
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    great style , a new flavor i think. bleak colours but very well done.
    cant wait to see more.
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    your lighting. i want some moreses
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    Thank You all for comments, they really encourage me for further work!

    David Kassan & Marks: The first picture (and it's similar with all others) was started with ink and acrylics on paper, then scanned and detailed in Painter and Photoshop. I prefer digital tools to work on details but I find it more fun to start in traditional way. So the foreground in first pic has a lot of stuff added in Painter (mainly grass on right side). Also, the whole sky was done digitally, on paper I left it simply white.
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    Very interesting style, like them
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    Awesome stuff, Pazur. I love the guy walking his dog and the 4 black & white pieces.
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    Well done with these, must agree with most people's post i read, the third image in the middle when i looked at it brought up so much emotion, personally it gives me images of a POW working on a rial road.... Keep up this kind of stuff i say, to look at a painting and actually get a feeling from it is what makes me enjoy browsing these forums and making my own art.... (mind you i am no where as good as you)... keep it up!
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    wow, such a great atmosphere, esspecially the one with the person in the forest. the first one reminds me of some sowjet union landscape: very very cool
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