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Well hello there neighbor
what else can i say but AWESOME STUFF!
it has been a wonderful experience working with you guys, and can't w8 for the book to come out.
Keep it up Doctor
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What can I say, I freaking love your stuff, my favorite on CA.org so far, gratz. Also, the first illusion was very cool. the second was nearly as cool.
sketchbook - need to update this...
nja3d - Thanks! It has been a wonderful experience working with you too. We should do this kind of projects more often!
pimpwacker - What can I say, this is my first thread on any art forum, and your positive feedback is so encouraging for me. Thank you.
Elwell - Thank you very much.
Last edited by drbibin; August 8th, 2012 at 05:25 PM.
Wow these are really clever!
The Omaja parition worked really well on my second try! In fact it worked so well I am not sure if what I saw was intended, because it was just too perfect!
As for the plague I don't think anything is going on optical-wise, but I do love that painting a lot.
Really clever stuff, gotta love it!
Please can you tell about how you did the "CUMA (Plague)"s gaze?
I mean, it really works - I can't focus on it and have headache. Was it just an accident/experiment you developed or you have some knowledge about er.. optics/ optical illusions or such and how we see things? Had you a direct inspiration/ have you seen something similiar in art somewhere? (sorry for english, i hope you know what I mean).
(I am not sure if it has an actuall use for an illustration to make people stop looking at it even if it's part of the concept, but still it's very interesting)
Mydrim - Optical illusion on Cuma was inspired by old chinesee print, from year 1685. (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cangjie2.jpg)
Double eyes are confusing, and hard to watch, so we are naturaly drawn to the mouth, but in this case I painted them double too.
I intended to make viewer slightly sick, beacuse Cuma is a demon of sickness and disease afterall.
I have other paintings of Cuma, with much stronger illusion, but I think that subtle version is safer
My intention is to make illustration alive, and functioning in real life, not only on paper.
Pavel Sokov - Thank you very much. Looking at Cumas face should make your vision slightly blurred.
Last edited by drbibin; August 8th, 2012 at 05:30 PM.
Beautiful work... and disturbing images
Kako je ovo dobro covece!!!!
Super stvari ste uradili..
Thank you Bill!
Last edited by drbibin; August 8th, 2012 at 05:26 PM.
Its like Froud on acid - great work
Very nice work, these really strike a chord with me. I find your restraint and economy very exciting and refreshing, you aren't afraid of subtlety. You've inspired me to get out the oil paints and paint something I think, so thanks a lot.
Very nice work!! I like the tonal quality of your colors. Very subtle. Keep up the good work!
Life is a long lesson in humility.
Binoched - Thank you for such a funny comparison!
Maximilian S - Thank you for noticing, and thank you for support too! I am glad to be of some help inspiration-wise.
Stalsby - Thx man!
WOW, thanks for posting here. Its hard to come across this haunting work. Its like you write poetry and sonnets with your paintings.
For me, as an artist who tries to capture whats of immense concern to me, a thing like this is pure beauty, since it seems that you are somehow able to express well and poetically what you want to express.
Please keep posting
Bhanu, Thank you for your kind words.
Last edited by drbibin; August 8th, 2012 at 05:29 PM.
Amazing paintings and such clever subjects. Thanks for sharing them.
amazing work i really love the way every painting tells a story the life u breath into the piece extraordinary in itself but the life coming from it is somthing else entirely as in it generates a standing presence ....love them all my fav are ala , storm demon n the last post with the bag on the tree .... kudos dude
Thank you guys for all support and encouragement, it really means a lot to me!
love how this all works out. really good way to tell the stories.
what i'd want to know is...how did you figure out the omaja one? did you first paint it the way you wanted it to appear,and then make a negative image of it? incorporate that into the final picture? how?
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