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    "Heart Shaped Box" -- (Nudity/Adult)

    Hey All,

    Been working on this in my free time. My attempt at surrealism...

    "Heart Shaped Box" -- (Nudity/Adult)
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    >>Here's some full res cut-outs from the piece if you're interested.<<


    Hope ya dig.
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    Wow this is soooo HOT.
    I really like the hand and the pussy..board.


    cheeeeers R3M
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    wow, i like your crazy style. surrealism is very cool, i looked on it for minutes but didnt got bored cause my view and mind went everywere on this picture. you are doing great, man!
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    WOWWWWW, Just perfect...
    The face of the woman is so sexy!

    Really good!
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    Thumbs up Cool!

    Yeah works great, devils in the details. Pop/sureal, like something you'd see in Juxtapose. And you might be deranged.
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    This makes me sooooo damned uncomfortable
    Specifically, her split seam. Looks like a wound, or like she's stuffed with red silk and a little folded bit is showing. The fact that the seam is lopsided doesn't help. Very visceral..... yowch.

    It looks very cool, well painted and dynamic, good job
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    Yeah this is definitely different than most of the stuff you see on CA. Heavy Robert Williams influence. intentional or not. I think it could benefit if you changed the dimensions. something more 16:9 ratio widescreen style. supercool
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    Awesome piece! Happen to have a 1600x1200 version for me to use as a backround? Very surreal.
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    lovely work,

    i think something that was difficult for me was reading that she was tearing into herself, you might want to punch some darks in the holes to make it read a little better, but it could just be me.
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    dirty. Cool.
    Heh, I like the arrows.
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    yeah, thats what i was gonna say, its too square.
    i'd work at a different aspect ratio if i were you.... its easier to design that way anyway. its very hard to design inside of a square, things end up looking cluttered because theres no room for negative space (which is the only problem i see with the image)....
    an easy way to get a decent aspect ratio is to do a print screen, then in photoshop say file new, boom, you've got a good aspect ratio to work with whether that be 1024x768, or 1600x1200. and if you want that same size but for print, before you start painting, just up the thing to 300dpi (well....it would probably be good to do your underpainting at 72dpi, then up it to 300 before adding details...)

    aside from that, this piece rocks bro.
    keep it up.
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    that spit on those teeth and tongue is great.
    what i don't really dig is how flat you made the arrow
    with one solid grey. but oy, it's art and u have the freedom of choice.
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    absolutely awesome. everyones got a point about the ratio though. the square doesnt work for me either...
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