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    Dream Devourer Lives!!

    whoever attended Revelations back in January will probably know what this is all about

    But to those who weren't there, let me say that this piece, to me, contains the collective consciousness of some of the best of the artists on this planet! Obviously there's a lot of Android in this, but the other artists spewing their knowledge on the massive screens in the massive auditorium was something that can never be experienced ANYWHERE, except at the ConceptArt.Org Workshops!

    Ah man, there's so much to say about that workshop, my first, and there's definitely gonna be a helluva lot more to speak of about the Wellington Workshop.....try your best to make that workshop, it'll change your life!!!!!
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    amazing, the textures of the creature are brilliant, perhaps the kids head could be a tiny bit smaller, thats the only thing that niggles me, this is beautifuL!
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    okau, im like TOTALY loving tihs down to my verry bones.
    only thing is that i think its a little murky n blurry, i think this whould benefit a sharpening filter and to be brightened up some.
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    Nice tribute, and plug. Superb painting.
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    I actually don't like the blue. I think it unnecessarily grabs focus. The contrast is so extreme you can't help but keep looking at it (especially with that big dot in the center of it), but you don't really want that when the other areas in the painting are so, so much more interesting. I'd throw a layer over that and paint on it with an extremely dark red and then play with layer blending modes to pull it into the painting- rather than separate it so harshly from the painting.

    Otherwise, pretty awesome work.
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    I agree with the blue being too intense. Tuning it down like how you handled the green might help. The baby's head is too big and waxy. In fact, I almost feel like you can just put the baby crib there and sutbly imply that there is a baby inside, since the focus of your painting is the big and impressive monster.

    Love the atmophere in this painting. The swirly shapes are nice too great job!
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    Cool and great colors.
    Not an expert, but a big fan!
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    only crit is that the blue seems more like the monster's head while it's not;working out the actual head or reducing the blue might make this even better.
    and relevations was awesome
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    Dude, it's awesome piece!
    Congrats!
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    That's so sick! Keep rolling 'em out!
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