That last one is fantastic.
'Champagne for my real friends and real pain for my sham friends' Francis Bacon
I really like the first and third portraits. The first has a great sense of character to it. I don't really feel threatened by the person, but none-the-less like they are examining me faster than I can think about it. The color and shapes work really nicely for that in my opinion. I've never read Dune, so I don't really know, but that's the impression that I get from the paintings. Cool stuff!
I encourage everyone to read Dune! Thanks for the comments!
Totally a sucker for anything Dune - beautiful work fella.
The third one is pretty impressive! All of your work is very amazing and well finished
Great work, Dune is a very rich environment for artwork, and you have done well...
you might like these, i do
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I love these!!
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These are really nice but I was wondering about the last one. It is next to, if not completely impossible to stand with your head in a perfect profile with your body straight to the viewer. Especially when tilting it up with the neck going straight up. Since your anatomy seem rather solid in all other aspect I was wondering if this was intentional or if you might have gotten carried away with the straight and stylized pose. In any case it just looks very very painful. Apart from that I really like the mood you accomplished.
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