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    the high detail rendering of the body and the blury background looks just awsome rly interesting unique style, thats not so often , would love to know how u became so good?àny advice?
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    Go to say this is outstanding. The subtle lighting, technique and genuinely disturbing atmosphere are spot on. LOVE the sketchbook as well.

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    Thanks to all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Craz View Post
    Absolutely amazing! One of the best concepts I've ever seen. Is there any Beksinski influence?
    I like some works of Zdzislaw Beksinski, but there was no sreight influence
    of him. I didn't rather thought of his works up to your comment.
    Beksinski - just great artist!

    Quote Originally Posted by MarcSampson View Post
    the high detail rendering of the body and the blury background looks just awsome rly interesting unique style, thats not so often , would love to know how u became so good?àny advice?
    Thank you! I must say that I have not any methods in drawing. I just like to watch the nature and things around me, notice some interest moments, lightning, effects and try to recreate it in my works. My advice would be to draw more and more. If you don't satisfied with something in your work don't leave it as it is - always make things finished. If you like how you painted every mm in your work - then everybody will like it!

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    that is serriusly like the coolest thing...like ever.

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    disturbing+great

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    holy cow dude! badass!

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    Really super cool. Great depth in this peaice I have learned somthing just by looking at it. Vary inspiring!
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    Amazing Oo
    I think (and I hope ^^) I have learned something too ...

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    WoW man very beautiful art work here. I lover the rendering and the colors far better than myself. once thing i would say the perspective of the cleaver in the left hand seems a lil out of perspective.

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    Very, very nice work! Awesome idea, and execution.

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    This dude looks almost gentle. And the dog is cute. I love this painting. I like everything in it. Inspiring work.

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    The left foot is the only area that I think could look a little more connected to the ground. Otherwise it's fantastic.

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    Wowzah, I couldn't help but die laughing when I checked out the dominance war champions, I mean third is good and all, but for god sakes this just blew everything out of the water. guess that's what happens when they cant create a place better than first :/

    This will be my background for a long long time.

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    cool, i like that! Very clean work, well done.
    Russian artist? Privet! Kak dela?

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    man this Dominance War 4 game is going to be awesome with great concept work like this backing it!! Very nice!

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    Why can't monsters in computer games be like this? This monster tells a story as well as being scary.

    Seems like developers pull back from anything truly grotesque or disturbing and resort to the same old stable of demons and zombies we've seen a hundred times.

    Scary games should take you OUTSIDE your comfort zone and make you confront things you've never seen before.
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    I get a real sense of humour from this piece! ;D Although it's pretty disturbing...

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    5*

    the working in your sketchbook is already really really amazing, both in idea and in realization, and this is one of your most spectacular paintings, there's o much stuff to see and get lost into

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    can't wait to see your updates, and thanks for sharing

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    One of my favorite works on DWIV!
    Не припомню чтобы видел что-то подобное. Очень круто!

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    hell yeah! fucking excellent buddy!

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    thats a great picture, i saw it on dominance war a while back and thought it should have been #1.

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    i cry i cry fo joy, i love even more seeing the progress shots very inspirational man


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    Surrealism art is definitively one of my favorite subjects. Hats off to you great job! Paint that in oils on canvas, and you have something to lock in a safe (cause it's going to be worth some cash).

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    Found my new wallpaper... looks amazing man, great colors and crisp visual. Love the design of the character too.

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    I don't know why, but I find it really humorous and the first word that popped into my head was Disney..

    It looks cartoony I guess.
    totally sweet none the less.
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    The depth in this was just all around jaw dropping. Keep up the amazing work.

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    太棒了!cool

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    dude, that is insane looking. fucking awesome.

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    This is the most glorious painting I've seen in a long time. For me, it has a real subconscious depth to it - something I can connect to on some strange level. Please explore these ideas more.
    "You have a taste for drawing - I trust it will improve." - Melmoth, The Wanderer

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