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    A bitch to oil (Not Work Safe)

    Finally finished these pieces in my new venture into using oils.
    "Man can no longer create little angels" Oil on canvas 23 inches x 20.
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    "Ordainment" Oil on scrap chip board 14 inches x 19.
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    "Badly oiled porn" Oil on board 20 inches x 11.
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    why is your work so over sexed? bit extreme for me.

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    Yea bit much for me too im afraid. Its a shame because for the most part these seem well painted, but its not the sort of thing it really want to look at...

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    aside from the full on hardcore porn piece I like the the other two.

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    okay! time for some positive feedback! i really enjoy when an artist explores themes that make about half the people cringe a little. i think that's why i enjoy hussar's work. i hear he's pretty famous.. anyway. cool stuff. pretty twisted, which is fun.

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    Good stuff, there's almost a Giger feel to some of it. Not the bio-mechanoid thing, in the forms, and structure. I like it.

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    Oooooo Edgy.

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    I love the first one. The composition is great and really lends itself to the story.

    The second one I can definitely see where the mentioned Giger influence is coming from in your forms.

    The third one I want to un-see.



    You're doing great with your oils though! You seem to be using a limited pallete. I think it's time to move on to adding more colors... but I don't know if that was intentional or not.

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    I can see a huge Giger influence, he has alot of work with a full-on 'pornographic' feel also. What were your concepts behind the work?

    Sort-of-like the work, but I've seen it done before (by Giger) with abit more 'finish' to it. The first 2 pieces are the stronger ones IMO.

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    Well, this is different to what we are used to see in this honorable forum, and sometime brand new stuff are good. So i think i like.
    The first is the best.

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    Well it´s kinda nice I think, well painted! But why did you use a mirrored piece of Bouguereau's angels to make your angels?
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...first_kiss.jpg

    If the third pic had some dominating female in it I would find it more interesting, but well painted as I already said :]

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    If you wantto go in this direction you would benefit from more figure drawing. It looks like you are drybrushing alot and that makes things look rather soft. I get the idea that you want to be confrontational, which is valid...but your images are falling into the realm of shock art rather than being truly provocative.

    Do an image search on Hans Bellmer . He's one of the guys that inspired Giger. He is a good example of what I'm talking about, though he is rather sedate by todays standards.

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    Cheers everyone, it's always exciting using a new media. Here the other shit I do.
    Airbrush (a real one)
    A bitch to oil (Not Work Safe)
    Biro bic pen work.
    A bitch to oil (Not Work Safe)
    Watercolor.
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    Pencil.
    A bitch to oil (Not Work Safe)
    Digital.
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    wow lovely stuff especially the pencil!

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    I agree the pencil piece is well executed.

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