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    couple recent paintings...

    hey y'all. figured id post a coupla things i have completed recently.
    first off i have this painting of the massiveblack 2d team. i did this for the upcoming portrait show at the shooting gallery here in town this thursday. it promises to be a good show. andrew jones, wes burt, carl dobsky, james kei, and myself will all have stuff inthis one, so mb will indeed be mobbin deep this time . so i painted the 2d crew, chopped them up on a table saw and reassembled them. there was something really gratifying about chopping up oil paintings on my table saw.
    couple recent paintings...
    here are the painting pre-destruction
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    as for who's who, ill try and let you all figure that out for the sake of anonymity.

    also, here is a little painting i did of my lil boy as an accompaniment to the painting i did pf my lil girl a coupla months ago:
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    so thats it. hope you like.-c36
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    FIRST!
    Hell yeah. It reminds me of one of those puzzles with the missing piece that you have to slide around and unscramble the picture.

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    excellent paintings and great likenesses. I even recognized a few of the guys from the pieces before I scrolled down to the before pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell
    FIRST!
    Hell yeah. It reminds me of one of those puzzles with the missing piece that you have to slide around and unscramble the picture.
    DUDE! that was the initial plan actually. but with such a short timeline, the task would have proven to be to complicated so i took the easy way out. so funny you said that tho hahaha.

    bwkeough: thanks man. some could have been better, but i didnt labor as much as i could have on them, since i was gonna chop em up and all -c36
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    do you paint really thick?..


    these are pure eyecandy..
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    Coro, you make my nipples sweat.
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    Man, your stuff is really IMPRESSIVE !!! The close-up are killers ! Bravo, monsieur Coro.
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    this is soo beyond me ! fantastic absolutely fantastic stuff. My only question is How did you put them back together is it painted on boards or canvas? The show sounds great make sure someone anyone takes pictures!
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    Did you do these from pics or did you actually get the guys to sit still for you? & how big were each of the little paintings?

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    Very nice El Coro. My daughter is sitting with me right now and asked who took the picture of the doggie? Nice stuff, love the portraits.
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    kidcrucial: thanks dude. haha glad she like the doggie. hes a real sweet dog.

    Elwell: ok so what i did is i took pics of all of them. then i laid them all out in a 8x12 template in ps. i printed all of them up, then i painted them on 11x14 gessoed hardboards. i made a template to make sure they were all centered and the right size on the boards, then i chopped them into 4 inch squares. i then epoxied them onto a 24x36 hardboard. all in all, it took around 3 weeks to complete it, working late nights and weekends....it was a fun project. i tell ya, you havent lived until you have run a painting through a saw...talk about letting go haha.

    vctr: thanks man. yeah all on board. the final weighs like 30 pounds.

    Alday.J: thanks you very much sir. you are too kind

    james kei: you know i had a hard onthe whole time i was painting you. i had blue balls for days.

    Yutani: thanks dude!

    KenDeathwalker: yes these are quite thick. i have been painting this way lately. i really like building up volumes like this.

    thanks again for the kind words dudez.-c36
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    Yeah, there's somethiing terrifying yet liberating about destroying a piece of art. Like being naked in public.

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    Cool Too bad you chopped up that piece of Nox. I liked that one the best. The natural lighting , skintones and soft green BG really made it stand out from the rest I think ( as far as I can tell on those images... )

    Always a treat when you decide to post new stuff. Allready looking forward to your new batch.. ( hopefully a batch )
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