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Another collaboration with a different artist (Sketch2k). Turned out great, and feedback has been great. Thanks for all the feedback guys, and we both will be working on a series together based on the hindu/buddhist/asian deities. Looking forward to that.
(Click to see in High Res) – Another great collaboration a friend, and I have engaged. This is the same friend that I worked with for the snake concept, and other numerous concepts. Decided I would post this one because … Continue reading
(Click image to see in High Resolution) This is a digital painting of an Original Concept that I call the Great Pyramid Scheme. The image was first drawn traditionally on paper, and colored using watercolors. Then I took a photo … Continue reading
“Here is your mind” (Click image to see in higher resolution) In dedication to all the mindless, apathetic, brainwashed individuals out there. We love you ! We hope you wake up, and snap out of your mindless entertainment brainwash (media, … Continue reading
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Indeed this image is mindblowing. Spent about 8 Hours just doing the linework. Haven’t even started to paint it yet.
Interesting note: My Fiance` actually did the traditionally pencil on paper sketch. She’s quite amazing, actually.
A Lotus Rapture sending out made paisley’s. Indeed it’s surreal, abstract, conceptual, and alot of other things that are nice on the eyes, and enlightening.
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Another abomination of a fish.
She’s a beaut ain’t she?
This is just the Linework. Colored version coming soon.
This is expanding upon my last post. It is my first tutorial ever produced. Some parts may seem funny, scary, or just plain rediculous, but afterall this is how I art at the moment. So bare with me folks. http://muro.deviantart.com/redraw/embed/3n112hwxg9
Was messing around with a very awesome vector program called inkscape, and through scribbling and messing about. This object was created.
Created some good feedback over on DevArt, and it taught me a great lesson.
Don’t focus too hard on what you’re trying to create. Just doodle, and freely let things flow. Thats how great things come into being, sometimes.