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    Wow....That "Awestruck" one is probably my favorite from you ever...

    I really like your normal set of colors and flashy things, but that one feels simply really organic and shamanic. Also love the facial expression.


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    Great work Andrew!
    I love Jesus, new trinumeral, berlin solstice and the mind machine one...
    fantastic! the traditional ones look amazing too, I'd like to see some more actually,
    as well as know the titles.

    I was wondering,
    what do you know about sacred geometry,
    and or, alchemy?

    There seem to be references to it in your work,
    I'm planning on using it as a foundation for some of mine, too

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    Great job Andrew on the recent updates. The Illumonotic pictures are great. I love the being consumed by nature. Well being changed by it!
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    Ive just recently learned about the Temple of Visions Gallery, I hope one day I can be a part of it. Your artwork is a real inspiration

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    I noticed a theme in your works. There is a large degree of repetition, resonance and flow. Lots of visual cues for resonation. And its also apparent in your art an impact of different beliefs and cultures.

    I like this style of yours and alot of these paintings are truly jaw-dropping becuase of the level of detail and visual impact. It seems chaotic but at the same time consistent and moving. Do you have a name for this style you are working on if any? It seems to me to be an abstract expressionism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Android View Post
    traveler.

    I know what you mean, keep in mind your talking to the guy that drew 1000 of his own faces so im no stranger to getting attached to a theme, the frontal faces are part of an ongoing series whos final product will be a series of lenticular holographic prints that dissolve between the faces, so its still a gimmick, but it will look really cool in the end, i promise.
    Definitely didn't see that coming; but it's no surprise. Always cutting edge, you. My faith is restored. It sounds like a gallery project so you had better post of few photos once they're finished. Can't wait to see what you come up with next.

    SKETCHBOOK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Android View Post
    the frontal faces are part of an ongoing series whos final product will be a series of lenticular holographic prints that dissolve between the faces, so its still a gimmick, but it will look really cool in the end, i promise.
    This sounds pretty amazing. So faces would morph into each other as you move around the hologram?

    New artwork is breath-taking, as usual. I love the 'zebra stripes' you've been using in your artwork lately

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    sow hat kind of glass are you printing on plexiglass , acrylic sheet , policarbonate??

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    Everytime i see this thread, i want to press the thanks button. I have already pressed it.I cant press it again, so i suppose that this post will have to suffice.

    *ahem*

    Thank You.

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    Android, I must say I absolutely adore your work. It is nothing short of phenomenal.
    you wouldn't happen to have a book of you're collected works would you? I'v seen a few in the Massive Black book and a couple in Exotique 1-5, but nothing dedicated.

    anywho, keep up the fantastic work!
    "Salvation comes at a cost. Judge us not by our methods, but by what we hope to accomplish"

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    great! 又一次看到这令人充满幻想的作品!

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    It was awesome meeting you again in Berlin, mister surprise man

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    Fantastic art direction. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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    ohhh my god my eyes are bleeding of awesomenesss, cool work on mretoid by the way.

    always admired your work, continue doing more.
    There are no such things as bad art, just tight deadlines.

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    you owe me a new head, mine just popped.

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    Nothing wrong with symmetry, although some people have theories that
    it looks un-natural. I think you have a good handle on making your symmetrical layouts
    slightly asymmetrical so they don't look too mirrored/perfect. Man, I hope that makes some sense. I love the way you use lighting which helps tie everything together.

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    Hey Andrew, just wanna say your work has inspired me so much in pursuing my passion that I've decided to follow in your footsteps and paint live in front of audiences at local clubs and parties in DC. Got my second gig tomorrow at a huge fundraiser and I was wondering if you can spare some parting advice on this little fledgling

    Thanks in advance, and keep up the great work!
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    I've been going from one stunning image to another... unbelievable work. Haven't heard of the term Technouveau before but it's very appropriate. I got all excited when I saw that you were having a gallery showing in Toronto in May.... then saw that it was May 2009!! oh, well...

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    Damn.. Absolutely gorgeous. What a great post of illustrations, wow.

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    This is beyond AWESOME!
    A big fan. Kudos.
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    I didn't realize art could be taken there, but it can be. Thanks for pushing the boundaries of art and life, the world has been blessed. Please come out to Colorado some time and find yourself in the landscape here.

    Sincerely,
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    Truly staggering, Andrew, and equally inspirational.

    Thank you so much for posting them.

    - Dave

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    Wow such nice pictures. I really like the style. Can i ask what programs u used?

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    I cant describe in words how cool and unique this is. Thank you very much for sharing.

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    You must realize that you are a lucky human by evolving to this stage ... you pushed CA and digital art to a other level and you have my congrats for this

    Still can't believe i missed the Romania workshop ... i hope i will have the honor to meet you one day .

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    So inspiring man! My compliments...

    Bye

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    Woww! I just had a beauty overload. I really wish I could see your stuff in person too, the lightbox stuff and the live performances.

    I especially love that portrait of Jesus. It's so piercing, yet beautiful. Can I ask what the "death" figure and the 4 horses mean? Is it supposed to be Jesus releasing apocalyptic judgment, as in the book of Revelation? Also, what does the glowing heart/city mean? Is it the new Jerusalem/city of God? And if you don't mind, could you explain a little bit of the process of how you came up with such an image? Was it mostly improvisational, as a sort of conglomeration of imagery/symbolism? Or was it more composed and intentional?

    Haha, sorry for asking so many questions, I'm just really interested. I realize you are probably super busy and don't have much time to answer these questions, but I'd really appreciate it. Either way, I'm extremely thankful that you even take the time to share your art with us.

    Cheers!

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    Stunningly beautiful work. You are now.
    At least Icarus tried!


    My Process: Dead Rider Graphic Novel (Dark Horse Comics) plus oil paintings, pencils and other goodies:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=101106

    My "Smilechild" Music. Plus a medley of Commercial Music Cues and a Folksy Jingle!:
    http://www.myspace.com/kevferrara

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    Your work continues to amaze me Andrew. I hope, one day, that I will get to see you and your work in person. Thanks for being a great inspiration.

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    you're traditional stuff is awesome, would love to see more.

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