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    Contraomnes' art

    Two new pieces, and more to come shortly, very busy semester.

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    Last edited by contraomnes; September 29th, 2009 at 02:47 PM.
    Art is an orgasm that's always on the verge of climax, but you never let it, just to keep the ride going.

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    Cool stuff. Where do you go to school?

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    I go to Pratt Institute. They're bleeding me dry with this damn tuition but I like it.
    Art is an orgasm that's always on the verge of climax, but you never let it, just to keep the ride going.

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    This is rad, man.
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    I really like your use of colour! Everything's so unified. And your linework is so energetic.
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    hey, I just graduated from pratt! what studio classes are you taking. sweet work man.
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    cool shit
    that subway (or train) piece is my favorite.
    i love your wobbly linework and graphic nature of your colors
    post more!
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    great stuff man, really wants me to push hard to go to art school!
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    Amazing stuff of course
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    really nice looking schtuff, looks like Tomer Hanuka's work a bit, but I like your rougher lines.
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    Nice, loosely expressive work. You have a real solid color palette that dodges oversaturation very well and has a definite appeal. The linework is brisk and gets the job done well. If I were to crit one thing I'd suggest you make sure not to go overboard with 'interpretive anatomy'. It's obvious you can draw, but the figure in the first image of the man (the one on the bottom) seems somehow distorted beyond "acceptable" bounds for what I am taking your style to be.
    Art school=ridiculous tuition indeed.
    Overall, great stuff.
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    yes, the palette is very satisfying, tasty. I like the vote thingy best, the elephant rocks. What's your technique? The last one reminds me a bit of James Jean's stuff.
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    Love your lines!
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