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    Wow! Gorgious work.

    I really like the one with the crew walking away from the bomber at night, the way you've illiminated the front of the plane.

    Also the jet bomber just before the sketches is great, particularly the design. I've never seen this before. Your styles is reminiscent(sp?) of Craig Mullins stuff, if you don't mind me saying.

    Environment work is also top notch.

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    Thanks for reply.

    Skeiff --> I studied visual communication design in school and studied drawing by self.

    Jason Snair ---> I use Photoshop ( lasso tool )

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    I'm completley blown away and inspired like I'm sure everyone else is.

    Did you ever used to be a backgrounds artist for Animation?
    I checked out some of you stuff on your site and It has similar properties to some Japanese cartoons that I have seen.
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    These are great.

    I like the way you use colour and show know respect for colour, very confidently controlled at your fingure tips.

    I think the last two, are the one's that made me sit back and study. one has an oily feel to it the rocks and the other acrylic feel, the foliage. I think personaly too, that the wooden poles with the faces detract from the rest of the painting abit, i think without them it would work alot nicer as a picture.

    The environment sci fi city's dont have the same personality and freedom as your planes and lanscapes do.

    I think it's a shame, that people will look at these and allways say oh that reminds me off such and such, rather than noticing your own style.

    I personaly think you should target you last two styles, these seem more you? plus im abig fan of acrylic dabby paintings.

    Thanks for sharing.


    WOW, just been a cheeky bugger and checked your website out. Amazing stuff man !!!
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    Wink merry christmas!

    awesome as always...hipper you rule
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    yeah, nice as always.
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    omfg, SO inspiring, everysingle fucking aspect of your work is a mindfuck, ungh!
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    Hip.. Hip... Hooray! Great concept and scale in the last industrial city pic.
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    i'm always in awe of people that can use textures and layers so convincingly. the way you integrate everything is really well done! my faves would be the first plane piccie (kinda kent williamsy) and just the way you make the rocks look oilly and pallete knifey in the landscape. Dammmnnn!
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    incredible awesome...not more to say
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    yeah, props. Very good work indeed. I'm mostly fascinated by your color usage, it's so expressive. great post mate.
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    I fell off my seat...
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    you did a fantastic job on those
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