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    watercolors, digital, and graphite! new artwork and a cool event in berlin!

    Here are a few paintings and drawings I've done recently.. Some are for a show, some are watercolor, some digital and some graphite. I hope you like them!

    I'm going to be doing some demos in Berlin pretty soon. Marko is organizing the Made Symposium! I hope to see ya there


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    Incredible stuff. I want more watercolours!
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    I like the zombie ones a lot, great texture and mood.
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    unreal dude. loving the freakish watercolors

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    beautifully inspiring
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    that first pencil drawing is phenomenal - i really like the aesthetic your work is taking on. keep on rockin man

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    Your really tapping into something unsettling and ethereal with a few of these babies, Whit; I adore the first 2.
    These really draw you in and theres this dream-like quality going on that many attempt but few capture.
    Really powerful voice in these.

    Man I wish I could go to that event, looks so incredible.

    Be safe!

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    Your art is wonderful, By chance are you doing any watercolor stuff for MADE cause that would be incredible to see.
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    hey whit these are really "dynamite" as we say in the biz. you are a prince

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    Very dark, I like it.
    I enjoy your atmospheres, but sometimes you stop some pictures that I think you could push farther.
    But I like your style spontaneous.
    Very good!

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    YES! These are fawking sweeeeet!!!!

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    Bomb diggity Whit! Always love seeing work from you! Enjoy Berlin! It's going to be amaaazing!
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    Wow. The sense of colour, and your ability to suggest rather than over detailing is amazing!

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    Absolutely dig and love your spontaneity and yet attention to detail !
    You have got to jump off cliffs all of the time and build your wings on the way down.

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    awesome stuff Whit, even better in real was cool to see you last weekend, take care! I'll try to make it for Berlin!

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    Whit "Killin' Shit" Brachna...... U know how I feel about the watercolors! i got some juicy enviros to throw yo way!
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    sawweeeeeeeet! : ) been diggin what your doin with those water colors lately mayne.
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    you so good, mhmmmmm

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    I love these watercolors, but that first pencil portrait of how you wished you looked is amazing. Lookin good homebrisket.

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    a...mazing

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    Incredible stuff, Whit!
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    i love...and i mean LOVE the watercolors man. i agree that you are really evolving here...having been very familiar with your work over the past 4-5 years, its been a real blast to watch. i feel priveliged to have watched you grow up from an art-boy to an art-man. and boy what a hulking ripped art man you've become! god im all sweaty....


    thanks for posting this stuff. i hadnt seen a lot of it.


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    All amazing.... charlotte09 is my new desktop

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    Love the texture of your paintings
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    sweet stuff man, really like the watercolours! cheers

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    the water colors are hot, but the pencils are tight!! like some said earlier, not many people, at least that i know can render out a drawing in pencil and make it POP!! can't wait to see more pencils!

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    Beautiful work Whit!! It is awesome to see you grow at such an astronomical rate!!
    Those watercolors are da bomb man, it was awesome to see them in person. Pimp tight!! Pimp tight!!

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    Fantastic stuff Whit!

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    wow, I LOVE these, really beautiful stuff

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    Nice work Whit. I really like those watercolor figures. That one with the braids is my favorite. Keep kicking ass buddy.
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