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    Cool stuff! Post more!

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    Wait, IdiotApathy and Tom Scholes are the same person? What the hell is going on? This guy is an obvious rip-off. I'm reporting you to the higher authority of...Gorilla Artfare. Yeah.

    Man, I've totally got nothing to say anymore. I've already commented on GA and linked your work on Facebook. You'll get the job and it'll be my link on FB that helps you land it. I'll be expecting my royalties any day now.

    Love the work and I checked this thread again for the 5th time hoping you added new work. Tricked again. But your style and soft edges really make these paintings stand out and deliver emotions I haven't felt since that trip to Church camp. Man, those were awkward times.

    Good luck and can't wait to jump back into your mentorship. I need to improve and you are massah!...er, master. Shit, coming from a black guy that is so wrong.

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    love the colors

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    beautiful stuff man....reminds me of dreamscapes or smehting

    love it man...ur very talented

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    Seriously brother, you're a poet. None gives me more chills than you with those incredible worlds.
    Big respect.
    I wish we were hiring here..

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    I could get lost in those paintings of yours Tom !!!

    Great work as allways and good luck finding a job, bet u will have one in no time bro

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    Tom!

    These are just wonderful sir, awesome in the traditional sense, and in the widely used sense.

    Good luck (what happened?)

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    great works, I like your colour palettes. feels like a soft camera lens in some areas.

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    Beautiful paintings man. I told ya that in Dallas already...I love how your characters always turn away from the viewer.

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    your colors are such a trip man..beautehs, all of them

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    Best of luck for the future Tom, but i have no doubt you'll find something great. You have so much to tell
    The trip to Acheron serie is absolutely stunning, and it shows you put so much of your soul in it. That's probably why i love it so. Hugs!

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    I wanna cry
    With your experience and talent I am sure you will find something soon.
    Good luck

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    A Fine piece of art, giving a strange feeling.

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    Dreamy... way to go. Digs,
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    Instantly memorizable painting technique, the pieces have a very dream-like quality to them.

    I love it.

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    naomiful: Hehe, thanks Naomi! How's your job been?

    InvertedChalupa: Thanks Mike! And hell yes, let's get drank! First round is on me!

    TonyH: Thanks Tony, very interesting insights! Glad you enjoyed the PSD's. I'll definitely have somethings more constructed or designed soon Cheers!

    Sublimus:
    Hahaha god that is a little strange But I like it. Thanks!

    3bleadpencil: Thanks very much!

    kira akira: Well thank you! My favorites as well!

    sabin boykinov: Thanks for the kind words and the well wishing

    humboldt squid: Whoaaaaaaaaah! Didn't know Rodger Dean, he's a badass! Thanks for the tip!

    Alex Alexandrov: Thanks dude It's all photoshop, just one or two brushes and a round brush Thanks for wishing me luck

    Oblio: Hey man, how have you been? Sad that I didn't see you in Dallas I am sure we will meet again

    daveneale: Awwww, thanks so much! That's super flattering.

    John Bridges: I think there are plenty enough jobs in the industry if you are good enough, the economy might be poor but I think the entertainment industry, though trimmed of fat is still healthy. Thanks for wishing me luck

    Mock: Well hell yes That's great news! Party town!

    mariusz: Thanks! Okay I will !!!

    Stark: Yup, you figured me out! Damnit! Hehe, thanks for the linkage dude! I'll send your royalties asap. 'Fraid I haven't had time lately to paint for myself; been enjoying life outside of work you know? Hahah, christ - yeah calling a big white german dude your massah is more than a little awkward. I hope to have more time for mentoring soon. Cheers!

    barto: Well thank ya!

    ZIP: Thank you kindly! Appreciate it!

    Chupacabra: Thanks Kan, you've always been incredibly supportive and I love you for it. Hope all is well with you, we should exchange IM's.

    Brun: Awwwwwww, thanks man! How the hell you been?

    Salaryman: I really appreciate it Calum Your support makes me super happy. I'll send you an email in a bit about the situation

    pazur: Thanks very much Soft camera lens hmm? I like that.

    Marko Djurdjvic: Aw hell Marko; you are too kind, really means a lot. Your comment about the character turning away from the viewer made me think quite a bit, in some ways it's a nice device to make the viewer feel that they are the ones looking perhaps... Thanks again! Hope you are well! Great new post!

    aaro n: Haha, thanks!

    Clochette: Thanks so much Clo, I really feel like I've reached a small renaissance in a way. I can't wait to paint more and paint more of my soul

    st.s: Awww, don't cry! Thanks for wishing me luck!

    BArtful: Thank you kindly! First post? I feel honored!

    Bomba: Well thank ya Mr. Felix! Hope you are well and I hope freelance is treating you well!

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    Great stuff there mate, good luck with the job hunting.




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    You're the shit Tom... good luck on the hunt. If you don't find something quick, it certainly isn't for lack of skills.

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    Wow, i really love your work. Colours are so sweet and rich. You have a very sensible touch.

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    amazing work! i like the characters and their position in the paintings!

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    Those enviros are more alive then my charcters!!
    pro work, i wish you luck on the jobquest

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    Wow I really love the colour and impressionistic - ness ( if thats a word ) Especially the 2nd blue there with the vehicle that looks like a deep sea submersible.

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    OMG! dude, your works is always awesome!

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    if there ever was a good way to mix high and low contrast,this is it.
    love the last one especially.

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    You have such a unique and beautiful visual language. That's not to say that all of your work is stylistically homogeneous - far from it. But there are things you do with your work that I just don't see elsewhere. You're not just another excellent Mullins knock-off, but at the same time, your artistic fingerprints aren't so excessively unique that they lose their impact. I think a big part of it is the way you handle your colors...I can't figure out how you do it, honestly. Anyway, keep up the insanely good work, and thanks for being such an inspiration.

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    really unique style and beautiful work!

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    damn Tom, these are pretty killer. Thx for posting them at a proper size to print out and make love to.

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