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    Your art is beautiful as always - the first piece is a most elegant view into the mysterious n wacky dimension of La Madre's hyperspace. It's amazing how whether you are a Shipibo shaman or a western psychonaught, the mindscape is always similar; the hyperspace broadcasts at two thousand and twelve frames per second no matter who the viewer might be. Nice work on capturing some of those frames and purging them into this realm.


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    o f*ck was my initial reaction, thanks for posting

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    incredible as always my man,
    seeing you do live portrait painting of that girl at Boom in the summer was a mind-blowing experience to say the least!
    didnt even know you were gona be there till i picked up the festival paper that morning, properly made my day.
    wonderous visual delights await you through these many portals!!:

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    you jerk. you were in salem kicking out art jams and i had no idea. you have no idea how angry that makes me at myself for being a hermit when youre in my backyard.

    excellent as always
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    Thanks for sharing these. I think these are absolutely amazing.

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    Your best batch yet imo.

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    All my félicitaions for this selection. a great work of Art.

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    Amazing, jaw dropping stuff. I especially enjoyed Ash Tree.
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    Wow. I'm usually not a fan of digital art but...WOW.

    That's all I have to say.

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    congratulations

    ...now to make the equivalent of the nobel peace prize, for art, so you can be its first recipient in a few years if you carry on like this :|

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    This thread made me download one of your tutorials (FineArt1) and I also watched some youtube interviews of you... I really dig the guitar-style tablet stance you got going on. Really lives out the whole "Art superhero" thing.

    My only complaint about the download is the super muffled audio... I have to blast my volume to make out the words you're saying but then BG music starts playing once you're done and I scare the crap out of myself and the pets in my room. Lulz.

    I find your lassoing of shapes (really strange shapes) and rendering inside the selection to make the highlights pop out even further even more impressive than your composing of shapes.

    You make me want to turn my back on photoshop and devote to painter (freaking LOVE the glowing brushes- can't quite capture the same effect in PS).
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    i was hoping to surprise you - working on that thing - sending an update.
    You get back here and post stuff to unwrap the last year on me.
    I miss you. And i love those things. Boom sunrise seems so far away now...

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    AmAzInG StUFF

    Great thanks to you andrew

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    I have to say... seeing the evolution of this style you've established/are developing, has been really impressive. I'm loving where it is going. I wasn't sure at first, to be honest, but damn if it doesn't just kick some ass. I think I even see a Tron 3 in there somewhere Props man. Maaaad props.

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    It seems like your "body" does a lot of traveling around the world, new places inspires you in most vivid ways, but your "soul" travels trough your art into our minds.

    FUNtastic work Andrew !!
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    there's alot going on but where it clicks it CLICKS!
    it clicks thru time and space and gets baby jesus startled.

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    Wow, killer stuff Andrew. You are definitely still getting better. Reminds me, the other day Brandes was telling me about you showing him your sketch book as a freshman CA. The world is so small. You will all definitely see me on the battlefield in some odd years.

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    These are all fantastic, so that's the Brazilian sunset you talked about in the Painter 11 video You were here in Lisbon? Hope it wasn't for a live show and I ended up missing it.

    Are you ever going to update your blog? Google Reader is so practical to keep up with the artists work, it's like a journal everyone can read.

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    very lovely imagery. i would love to experiment some of this style some time. all though this question comes to mind; where do you get those awesome brushes for Coral Painter? ive seen the video on YouTube of Andrew Jones and he also had all those awesome brushes too. so where could i get these awesome shape/texture brushes?

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    I cant recall if the digital downloads had them, but I think so.

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    ... three thumbs up..... maybe even four.....
    "...the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad, so I had one more for dessert..." -Johnny Cash

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    wow. Incredible......
    Uncle Monster 是也~

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    I'm sure I'm not the only one, but I really appreciate your download contents.
    Solid Gold!

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    Shitfuck, Way to push the envelope Andrew.
    Wonderful work man.

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    Thanks for posting these, Android! It seems like your work has a lot more layers and concise compositions than a couple years ago (although I haven't been here long). These are really stunning!

    Your speech at Marama was uplifting and taught me a lot about intuition and life. I'd like to thank you again for taking such a wonderful event all the way down here to little New Zealand

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    looking forward to meeting the Toronto concept art crew this Friday .

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    Just downloaded your CA demo vid here 'Droid!!! Awesome work, amazing to watch your process, and I'm absolutely jealous of your wacom strap! I'd love to see you at Toronto, but I haven't the funds. Come on through L.A one of these times!

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    ChicaGO NEEDS Massive Black Love. That sounds so gay!
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