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This piece, although it may not seem that way at the first glance, celebrates humanity. It represents our abitity to imitate god, for better or worse.
calligraphy, deus, device, eerie, enchanting, expression, eye, face, faith, god, head, law, lettering, machina, machine, magical, metaphysical, mouth, mystic, odd, red, rustic, surreal, texture, vintage, weird, yellow
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Thank you very much, I am truly honored!
WOW! Awesome work!
brilliant work,,, well done
w0w! great minds think alike sweetheART ;} happy hippy hugglez"createdherman":http://www.redbubble.com/people/valzart/art/417...
very creative, brilliantly done
Thank you very much for the feature! This one really grew on me, so I am glad it got featured as well.
I am not all that familiar with your work but I think I did feature another piece of your work recently which I liked too… This one though has real impact. For me at first I thought the piece was bordering too close to the photo manip side of things and I nearly rejected the piece but gave you the benefit of the doubt.
I would only ask that future submissions are more brushed to remove the element of doubt from my mind and that of the co-hosts…
It’s only that I recognize one or two of the brushes in this that persuaded me on this occasion… but overall a very powerful image, and very nicely crafted!
Our aim in the group is to encourage you to use the brushes and paint with them….
: )))) Frankly, I thought you would reject the piece, because it was not entirely painted. But I did use brushes extensively, you’d only be able to recognise that if you saw the original material of the face that I was using. But I do agree this one belongs more to digital art than strictly digital painting. Thank you for bending the rules for me, though. :)
Lol.. Originally The group was set up to encourage photo real painting but the problem with that is that it becomes impossible to distinguish at times between a manuipulation, a photo or a Bert Monroy style painting… Man, is our job tough even without that!!!
Yeah, I completely agree. And I guess that you receive more creative and imaginative pieces since then : ) I discovered that when one pays too much attention to the technique, they forget that they are supposed to create, not reproduce : ))))