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    love Shiva

    I love the Blue Shiva, its something I expect to see when I pass to that other plane of existence. infinite detail, got a fractal thing going there...love it. That one is perfect....See u at the show

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    great great drawings man your awesome , please post some more in the future

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    Truth: Android Jones inspired me to keep living true to myself.
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    Great Of the Greatest

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    What a *^@%*$ fantastic opening! Glad your show was everything you hoped it would be and that i got to experience it. I just happened to be visiting San Fran and as soon as i heard about Liminal Rez it was on the very top of my list of things to do. Thanks for all the inspiration and your signature.

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    Having your pieces printed has to give you butterflies...Technouveau...holy cow...love it...your compositions are what a pixel seed growing would look like in stop motion...these pieces seem to actually move

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    Can you post more picture of the printing session ? I love printing industry.

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    thank you for existing
    thank you for the inspiration

    amazing

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    There's not much I can say that hasn't been said in a better way here.
    I love your art, your heart, and your freedom, and I wish I was at the exhibit
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    thanks Everyone, your words are far too kind,

    if you missed the opening, there will be a closing party for the gallery show Saturday the 28th from 7-11 pm,

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    OH man, those traditional abstract pieces are fucking sick. Are they a combination of mediums? The one with the eyeballs is just fantastic. Awesome work as always, I only wish I could've seen it with my own peepers.
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    Truly inspiring work, thanks for posting all of that. I love all the color and awesome rhythms to everything. Can't wait to see more.
    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    O____O I could just stare at this thread ALL DAY

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    Love all your work. I'm interested the most in your experiments with landscape. A new take on impressionism

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    It is said that the great Julius Caesar hired an assistant to follow him around, and when the crowds cheered Caesar's name the assistants only job was to whisper in his ear "you are just a man"

    just throwing that out there...thanks for the amazing inspiration Andrew. you are just a man.


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    Those glass prints.. and the way the light shines through them. Never seen anything like it, a whole other level of portraying art.

    Fantastic

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    I require more accessible tutorials from Andrew Jones.
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    Amazing. Totally amazing. Andrew, you are a once in a generation artist. Completely inspiring. Total respect and praise.
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    It's beautiful to see your style evolving within it self. Thanks for posting these andrew. Some of the newer works that you've posted especially the imagine fx cover blows me away. I am interested what you are doing. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Wow!!Thats stupendously inspirational.......Thank you
    for the inspiration.

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    it might sound a little bit blasphemic but in my opinion theres a little bit to much "geometric&abstract" in your digital work - i mean the idea is great and your work is absolutely professional and i love the idea to abstract the pictures a little bit with some cool shapes, its just that you overshoot the mark with this a little bit (oh my god my english is so weak i hope that you can understand what i mean)

    but - youre traditional work is so strong its ... i mean wonderful, fantastic wich i could see them in real sometime! very inspiring! hope to see more of this soon

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    nicee!!

    i like how you played with some of the canvas / prints, you made them bold?
    and some are printed /painted on glas/plastic? nice experiments
    a good presentation is verry important, and can make your art better.
    you did that verry well.

    you ever thought of making sculptures? or maybe you already do that..
    but working in 3d works totally different.. and can put your ideas/work
    in another way and it will look totally different.. out of that you can get more ideas and you can experiment further, etc ..
    imagine the shapes, colors and figures in stone or whatever material you want.

    just a thought..

    would be nice to see all the prints and paintings in real.

    greets
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    Always inspired by your work Andrew.

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    JL.Alfaro--that's a great story, thanks for sharing , as soon as i get some assistants ill pass on the advice. Even if we are all "just a man" i think we can also be severed my reminding ourselves that just being a man can be pretty awesome, and we all have a tremendous amount of potential within us waiting to be achieved.

    Azuma, Hironori - well the downloads are only a few clicks away and a new fine art volume 2 is on the horizon

    xbert - i think i know what you mean, when i create an abstract image especialy i in a digital meduim is easy to become overwhelmed with all of the shape making options, and i often error on the side of excess. With painter you can make one hundred different drastic decisions in a matter of minutes, im constantly trying to remind myself to practice more restraint, i appreciate your insight.

    erik-jan v/d schuur- thanks , i have considered sculptures, at the moment im interested in giving my physical work more tangible volume through etching and layering of materials, i have a new instillation project early i2010 where i will be designing an environment of a night club and i will be able to experiment with more 3d elements in my work.

    thanks for all the encouragement guys, believe it or not they keep me going and help to fight off the mind parasites.

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    Very inspiring and amazing works! thank you very much for sharing those masterpiece.

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    That portrait blows my mind in 10 directions. How do you decide to do something like that in the middle of an image???
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    i just.. i ... i mean THIS ... W O W!!

    i mean the colors ... the forms ... the *inhale exhale* you just blew my mind!

    i srsly bow down before your and your infinite creativity. how did you get such a good color flow? i sware i saw at least 1 rainbow in every picture
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    Much love and keep up the good work.
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    That's some awesome update Andrew!
    Very interesting and fun to see some new work! Thanks for sharing!
    I am inspired to paint some new images now

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