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    Hyperopia and other stories

    Whats up guys!

    It has been far too long since I have posted anything here. These are all oil paintings on masonite or watercolors. Hope you dig 'em, if not tell me why.

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    Last edited by owweber; September 7th, 2008 at 12:25 AM.
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    Love the giants!
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    Stellar work, but I'm not convinced with the composition of the Macbeth piece (I assume it's Macbeth).. The eyes and the daggers feel quite jarring. I'd maybe just have the one dagger infront of Macbeth, remove the eyes, maybe put the witches directly behind Macbeth as they tell him his fortune... almost whispering it in his ear. But that might be just down to personal opinion, and I think the rest of your works are awesome, especially the first picture.
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    wow, the whale piece is incredible.
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    LOVE the first one and the giants one, great work, would be cool to see em bigger or in detail

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    I would love them more if they were bigger, but they look snazzy from here!
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    thank you everyone for the nice words. I definitely appreciate all the comments.

    chijts- I totally see what you are seeing, i can picture the image, i was just more concerned with showing the hierachy of the story and which characters were controlling others. Macbeth being forced into the situation by Lady Macbeth (the eyes) and The Weird sisters overlooking everything. Thank you for the comment though, I think your idea would make an awesome image also.
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