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    Bali mask

    Here's a image i drew a while back. I was in Bali for 3 months surfing with a friend, and got real inspired by masks of indo-gods that locals made. They would work for several weeks on a single mask and sell it for as little as 30 dollars!

    Anyways: Its rather abstract. Slightly inspiered by Andrew Jones Shape-Shifting style...



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    I like it =) though it's alittle bit empty

    Have a look at my m i N z k e t c h b o o k
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    Yeah... Its a bit artsy. What do you guys think when you see it? Wow, flat, exciting, scary, boring?

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    I'm going to jump in and say I like the style and the format reminds me of a magazine double cover like I've seen recently in stores. It looks like you were having fun with it.

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    Hey there. The idea is nice, realy but the composition and all the semi-opacities make it a bit confusing.

    Anyway, great job, keep on

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    I also find your characters a bit too static, but none the less the fiel of the entire piece is great. Maybe adding a little bit of texture proporties to your brushes would have made it look more powerful (without that "look I was made in PS!" feeling.. Keep it up.

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