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    really like the progress

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seaport View Post
    Really like DANGER2, great image, a few anatomy probs with some of the images but you know that which is half the battle won. 'Battle of the Sexes' really like this as well, not suprised it sold.
    danger is based off a johnny balls photo. which i later referenced a second time for a painting.

    Quote Originally Posted by RaistlinTheDark
    really like the progress
    i haven't had time to draw with any real focus in a long time ._.
    it's not that i'm getting better, it's just that the stuff i do is done in haste and of mediocre quality.

    blah, made a thumbnail collage of some of my pics for my website:

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    very nice graphic style you have.. I really do like it.. and I agree with you on what you said on my critique.. cool stuff

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    haha mahn, i love your stuff, very unique, is that your work on the walls in the museum?

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    Not really keen on anime-like style but I like your designs alot,also those "posterized" drawings look nice.

    Anyway keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiylz View Post
    haha mahn, i love your stuff, very unique, is that your work on the walls in the museum?
    museum? that's a crappy college "gallery" (two corner walls in between a bookstore and a food court)

    and yeah those are my paintings, all of which based on photographs of internet models, of which i did not take.

    the other exhibit was the art department student art show, nothing too spectacular, only got two pieces in (the 9 panel painting of my hands and a trash can named 'abortion eater' as a joke, which accidentally got in)

    well let's not make this a pointless post: here's my show card

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    let's hit the streets suckas'

    ....no one is on the streets... what a dead campus.

    anyway, vandalism is a crime kids, that means be safe about your art choices... (and have a friend as lookout)

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    are those big paintings from Girl Expo printouts?

    I recognise one of those photos, it's pretty popular on dA
    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/11032771/

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    lol i love that you did that lil act of vandalism. is it still there?

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    the ones in the college art gallery... you called them paintings... if you dont mind me asking... what medium did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinmon View Post
    are those big paintings from Girl Expo printouts?

    I recognise one of those photos, it's pretty popular on dA
    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/11032771/
    yep. all images from that show are erotic/sensual/pornographic images from the internet.

    they are paintings based on sketches of layers i drew (referencing the photos)

    i emailed all of the photographers about using their work as reference, none of them have replied... so none of the paintings are for sale until i get a response giving me the 'okay' to sell an emulation of their respective work.

    Quote Originally Posted by ped454
    lol i love that you did that lil act of vandalism. is it still there?
    yeah its still 'on display'.... i guess it's not really vandalism when you have permission and it's a requirement for a project. it's duct-tape, so it's removable. i won't bore you with the assignment and social statement about the piece, it's not finished ( it has been raining this weekend, preventing me from completing it, but hey it's holding up to the rain like a champ!)

    Quote Originally Posted by zeitgeist
    the ones in the college art gallery... you called them paintings... if you dont mind me asking... what medium did you use?
    -gesso
    -acrylic
    -ink dye (typically used for screenprinting, allowed for more saturated hues)
    -wall paper paste (for a mild transparent quality to allow for brushwork to remain seen under layers)
    -latex (acrylic based 'house paint' for the black layers)

    i made sure all of the ingrediants were archival safe and water soluable so they would mix together without any problems in the long run. it may sound nontraditional, but they combined surprisingly well and allowed me to cover vast areas of canvas with minimal supplies (whereas i would have gone through dozens of tubes of acyric if i used them alone)

    ...on 12oz cotton unstretched canvas.

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    so thats ductape, how did you go about doing that, did you have it all planded out and precut, or have it in your head and just attack the sidewalk with the whole roll of tape?

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    you're style is definitely somewhat unique and amazing at the same time... im in awe. keep it up.

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