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    @ ferretula
    Hahaha thanks man!. Well i am a small one man Studio, i do not have the capacity to take on the huge jobs. Also i am still young and did not reach my potential.
    If i work hard enough and practice more then sure some more people will know my work.
    Its not the industries fault, its my.


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    Thank you! BUT wtf, you don't even have the Randis Tattoo and my ultraman dildo collection?

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    Yes some of those have 3D, i use whatever app possible to get the most quick results.

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    Holy Moly!

    Hey Randis!

    Awesome work man. It's 5:49AM here and you completely woke my ass UP.
    Keep going, can't wait to see more.

    Derick

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    Awesome! Greets.
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    Hi man! Good to see you here! its been years!!! cheers



    - - -

    Some UPDATE

    wanna show some other field of work with you guys!

    First some info:

    Most of those shots are from 2004-2005, closer to the end some are from 2006-2007

    I usually work with my Nikon D300 and D80 as a backup body.
    I have a bag full of pro quality lenses and a heavy ass tripod to hold the equipment.
    I prefer to work with sunlight but also make use of studio lights if needed.

    Now when you look at the pics, more than 90% of those have a digital BG and are heavily edited. I sometimes just shoot in my living room or wherever
    and then change the images the way i need. Some of the pics are private shots, some commercial.
    A very complex editing can take up to 1 day per image.

    Note: i never use this kind of shots as a reference for my paintings!
    Reference supposed to save time, those would create a lot more work instead.

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    I posted more Photos in my Sketchbook if someone cares to see more.

    cheers!


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    Great stuff mr. Randis!

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    amazing,i know u since ur published artwork in Artzmania magazine...

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    nice photos i especially like the one whith the guy who is sitting (in a wheelchair?) is the "Silly Fools" inspired by bleach?
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    @ Artofinca
    Thank you very much! cheers

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    Oh... cannot remember when that was...

    @ Silent Stander
    Thank you! The steampunk chair guy is my old self portrait
    Silly Fools is one of the oldest and biggest Rockbands in Thailand

    cheers



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    UPDATE

    Hi People!

    I started a new Series of images in one of my experimental styles.

    This style has a little background i want to share. About 16 years ago when i was mainly painting with watercolors i was a incredibly huge fan of Amano Yoshitaka (still am). I was working a lot with curvy and sketchy lines, very much inspired by his hand drawings.
    Now this is a combination of my own style with the nostalgic memories.

    This is Schloss (castle) Lichterloh in Winida Country.
    (Not sure how to translate the castle name)
    Painted in Photoshop and Painter in about 5 hours.

    I hope you like it
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    Your work is some of the best I have ever seen!

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    Randis, are you that tall dude ? And WOW, so versatile, I love all your work, very gifted. Congrats
    Look, Iam diet drama, want to spend tha night dont bring pajamas, man there's so much heat beneath clothes, you see me !

    JesArt Sketchbook, go have a gander..

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    I really like the castle one.. quite lightful, and somehow dark

    Which lenses you use normally? I usually have a prime 30mm f1.4 in my D80 (Wish I could afford a D300 ) You'r pictures look really sharp, I guess is mainly from shooting at f16 or 22, but the definition is really great
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    Its weird to encounter someone so young that has world class work in so many fields. Do you have a biography or something available? I cant help but wonder what you did to get this good =) But im sure it was alot of work! Kudos!

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    @ JesArt
    not super tal, 184 cm. Normal i'd say.
    Thank you!

    @ Quike Garcia
    Thanks man!

    my fav lenses are AF 20-35mm 1:2.8 D and AF-S 80-200mm 1:2.8 D
    i also use a couple of old analogue lenses, those are very crisp and bright.

    cheers

    @ Byakko
    Thanks a lot! I am not that young tho... i'm 31, but for an artists i guess its still young, i have not yet reached my limits in any way, have to learn so much more and i am at it all the time.
    There is loong bio post in my SB, dont remember the page tho...
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    great drawings!!!

    How long do you spend on a drawing ?

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    Thank you!

    Humm that is different for every picture.
    That last one took me about 4-5 hours.
    the guy with the kive above about 3-4.
    Some of the paintings on the first page up to 2 weeks.
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