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    Making Clouds

    Done for NVArt Surreal style of Jacek Jerka
    The idea of my image is simple, so I hope you see it. When I was a child, sometimes I used my own hands instead of toys. It was funny to draw faces and figures on hands, composing my own story.
    I tried to make some graphic style in my work (as pastels of Yerka) so I used std 1px brush and tiny strokes.
    Done in Photoshop, using Wacom tablet and a track "Petiatil Cx Htdui" by Aphex Tween playing in my headphones. It's like a soundtrack, you know.

    Here you can see the full resolution image
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    Extrodinary work. The progress shots are fascinating - the last big adjustment to the roof of the house shows wonderful imaginative invention serving the goal of your idea, rather than merely polishing for the sake of tidiness. Many thanks for posting.
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    This was always one of my favourites - fantastic mood

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    Saw this up on CGsoceity...great work.

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    Thank you very much!
    I'm very glad to see you like it!

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    Hard to imagine you are looking for a job. Your forms really come to life! Haha the little eyes on the finger tips...

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    Reminds me a little bit of John Jude Palencar, too (who's one of my idols), so fantastic job! I love the style, the execution, and the subject.

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    Your technic is amazing. Please post more for us to see.

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    This one made me laugh! I love it!

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    Love it. Great hands (so you can obviously draw) and a great warm, classical looking colour palette.

    This would be a great childrens book illustration.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.

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    this stuff is so 3-D looking, mind blowing

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    what a friggin cool image! That's a great idea and wickedly executed.

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    that's really nice. i like the texturing detail on the arms.

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    Incredible! I love it. It has a surrealist feel as well as a classic storybook feel. I still am confused as to how you did it? Wonderful piece.

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    I like this a lot. Really Nice.

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    LOVE the crispness of the image.

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    It feels like i'm standing in front of the image in reality. Really great details.

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    I'm very glad to hear that you like it! Thank you!

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    Wonderful work, great ideas and fantastic execution!!!!

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    Wow, that's really great. By just looking at it I thought it was a 3d render that you painted detail into. You've got a brilliant grip on light and shadow.

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    Wow, incredible work! The light is so beautiful.

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    The forms in the hands are so subtle great work man!!

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    Hello!

    I wish this piece isnt so "finished", but i understand the "standards",
    besides that, i found it very original, MORE!
    T=ART, ...keep going to that special place, never surrender...

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    Haha, nice work Peleng! Very Dali-esque.

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    Nice Peice..............

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    great idea and nice execution as well!

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