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    Womb with a view (nudity)

    Here is a new piece I just finished
    and also a website update
    www.erikgist.com

    Womb with a view (nudity)
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    That is horrifyingly awesome. Good work.
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    Excellent stuff, I saw your work in Spectrum 11 yesterday. Good stuff, I really like your brush work, of course, and color decisions. The grey light side and hyper saturated shadows make for a very awesome sickly look. I am gonna have to try that. If you have the time at some point, I'd like to message ya, to ask about how to get into Spectrum, myself and my friends were discussing it over the book, and I'd like some inside info, if that would be cool?
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    scary...

    wow this is cool idea and design...
    my suggestion would be push the belly more into her, cause right now it looks just a bit like it's not part of her body... if you are going for that look anyway.
    You can fade out the "T-29" a little, but that's just my taste...

    the website looks cool and dark, and scary... descripions/titles of the art will keep the browsing experience on high level for longer i think.. that's it, so far.
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    Damn you're good! I just visited your homepage. These lifedrawings are insane. Are those majorly done with a soft pencil or charcoal?
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    Thanks everybody

    Fifthace-Thankyou sometimes working on a piece you are never sure, the first compliment from a stranger is always a good one.

    cannibalcandy-You can feel free to email me. I would like to say getting into Spectrum is just a matter of undeniable skill. But the truth is, its about well place bribes (Jon and Irene: I hope you got your checks)

    DernierCri-All your crits are good ones and I am considering them. Especially the ones about the website, I didn't think people cared about that stuff.

    lewiston-Thanks a whole lot. The drawings are done with a Conte 1710 B sharpened to a long point on smooth newsprint.

    davi-thanks, horror is my favorite genre to work in, but at the same time I don't want to become "the guy who does horror"
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    Sick but good!

    This is a very twisted idea, but I am a sucker for those things. Your tonal values and composition are great. My only coment would be that it would be nice to see some subtle, cooler hues used in the shadows, especially in the shadows of her face. Also, is that the left arm that is visible behind her left breast? It seems a little rough, so maybe that could use a little more definition.

    Seriously though, great piece!
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    holy shit man.. nice work! great concept, i woulda never thought of something like this. ^^
    i'm also likin' ur website.. alot. keep up the good work!
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    Very nice work. I like arms wery much.
    Just if you can post a little bigger.
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    thats pretty sweet. Must be strange/ fastinating to watch your baby grow inside of you or someone else for that matter.

    Reminds me a lot of some wayne barlowe pieces. He did something with his Inferno painting project where I think each persons soul was turned into a black sphere, then grafted to them somewhere.

    http://www.ergeal.ru/pix/barlowe/0012.jpg
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