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Mar 31, 2010 | 7:38 PM EDT
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Fine Art
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1318 x 1729 px
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Acrylic paint on bristol board.

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hijinxedhijinxed

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting.

This is interesting to me, as I've never really seen this kind of art before. :)



RexMundiRexMundi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ho-ly-Sh!t

Iiiiiii'm jealous. I dig the idea. Great use of colors. I prolly wouldn't have had the patience for that. It's quite mesmerizing, actually. K.I.C.
^_^


radiodark responds:

KIC?


conundrummerconundrummer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

This deserves more attention, I think it's incredible. I really love it.


radiodark responds:

Thank you; I'm honored.


BluesalinasBluesalinas

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Warholish but original

Very nicely put together. I noticed you put some initials on the bottom lip or am i wrong?


radiodark responds:

Wrong, I'm afraid. No initials at all. Thanks for the compliment, though.


XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Artistic

~~REVIEW~~
Very nice this pretty artistic work it kinda seems like you used alot of the filters like from paintshop or something but regardless its pretty neat how long did it take you to put all this together?

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Add some frames all around the whole image or something

~X~


radiodark responds:

Thanks: I did indeed play around with my photo references in various editing programs before I started painting. I'm still debating whether it's actually finished (I can't stand the lower left section but I'm not sure how to fix it and don't know that I care to) but the bulk of the work was completed in two months.

As to frames, the painting is actually nine 6"x9" smaller paintings which I scanned separately and stitched together digitally because I was not content with how it looked the first time I mounted it (also, it wouldn't fit in my scanner). I've been considering stretching thin panes of black matte board across the junctions of the nine when I do mount it, to cover my sloppy trim job and keep the corners down without resorting to glue.