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    Howdy folks,
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    Like these very much. I'm guessing digital, so I'm curious whether you plot them in AI and finish in PS, or do you go some other route?
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    wow freaking great art - unique style!
    fantastic conception

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    WoW!!!!!!!!
    Very good stuff!!!
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    phewwww... patience patience patience

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    Wooooooow! very detailed. Awesome!!

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    Really cool. I love how you've developed this style. How big are you printing these?

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    Wow. Congratulations to the fantastic work AND the opportunity to present them in such a noble company! Wish I could visit it...
    Are those painted or 3D? Really hard to tell..

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    Hey folks, glad you like the images! I am printing them at 32"x20" and 30"x24".

    As for the process they all had some different twists to them, particularly with where I started, but the consistent part is that at some point they are made with pen on paper, photoshop and 3ds Max. I'll be sure to post some process pics and descriptions of what went into them soon.

    Thanks again for the feedback!
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    Wicked work man! looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.
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    these are tight


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    These are awesome! I love the vibrant colours, ( as does my 6 month old daughter who is staring at the monitor) and I really love the 3D quality to them. The longer I look at them the more I see little faces and eyes and things popping out. Great work.

    Good luck with the exhibition and to exhibit beside such legends, what an honour!

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    Never seen anything quite like it. Very impressive. I'll be looking forward to those process pics. Thanks for sharing.

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    It's incredible (and encouraging) that you started these on paper! They flow perfectly, I could stare at them all day following all the lines and tiny volumes...

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    Dmt hyperspace?

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    That is fucking cool man, especialy the second piece!
    Congrats

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    Howdy folks and thanks for all the feedback, I'm touched! Here are some of the steps in the process.

    I was playing with the circle brush in Photoshop and set the pressure sensitivy to vary the size and color, making it feel like it was coming out of the background somewhat..
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    Then I pulled it into liquify and 'spherized' some parts, making selections and various layers/color adjustments. Once I could make out something that looked like a radioactive Mr. Hankey I figured I was on the right track...
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    ...so I printed off a black and white version with my laser printer, slapped it on my light table for reference and drew over it using a micron pen, adding further details as well as increasing the size of the image vertically.
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    Then I scanned in the line drawing and layed it over the color version, filling in all the colors as solid patches. The image stayed at this point for quite a while...
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    ...until a little later (once I got a more beefy machine) I made a height map...
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    ...and mapped it onto a highly tesselated rectangle in 3ds Max.
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    Then it was lots of over-painting on the Cintiq in Photoshop. I also rotated the image a bit and expanded the canvas again.
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    This one started out as a freehand pen on paper drawing, then followed the same process and was actually the first of the three...
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    ...while this one started out as a 3D render of some twisted cyliners and spheres and then followed the same process.
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    it's awesome~

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    Truly sincerely impressed, absolutely incredible work mate! I honestly can say this is the most original stuff I've seen in a while. Also got a great sense of how it's done because of the WIP's. Awesome Stuff.

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    Now that is CRAZY!!( in the very good way) thanks for sharing the process, and like said previously -> Original and Awesome

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    woah... fantastic and unique! i like the colors and lines... very detailed. keep up the good work! do you also paint?

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    its so hot, it burned my eyes,
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    I enjoy your work.

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    how do you do that ? its very fun . i really like the colors and the way they have mixed .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchDesign View Post
    woah... fantastic and unique! i like the colors and lines... very detailed. keep up the good work! do you also paint?
    Glad you like them. I've dabbled in traditional painting a little bit but nothing really worth sharing at this point. I do hope to spend more time on it for sure though.
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    amazing.
    I have to few words for so many lines drawn.

    I hope that one day I will be able to buy one of your pieces...

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    Is it wrong that I want to eat them?

    Thanks alot man, your stuff is a great reminder of why art is just so damn cool.

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