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Snot Rockets

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liquide acrylics, white out, ink.
the reason it looks partially blotching is due to the top layer of a pearl and gold iridescent paint. The colors reflected by the intense light weren't picked up. it is a very vibrant piece, but was dulled during the scanning process.

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I have a dam good feeling this would look a lot better with the iridescence, size (idk how big it is) and such.

The abstract form and the atmosphere is in a certain form creative and funny. Liked the "cartoon" astronauts, it gives variation. I'm not a pro critical when it comes to paintings, but I really liked this one :D

Arvstar responds:

haha, thank you. My kids were jumping off the couch pretending to be rockets, more than likely buzz light year; reminded me of jumping off the bed as a kid. kids imaginations are simply complex haha. I really wish the actual original could be seen, it was my fault for using iridescent paint.

Horrible colours and quite messy. The background looks especially messy and displays little effort. The astronaut kids look.. OK, but the line work and colouring could be improved upon greatly. Next time you should put more effort into creating a more appealing background and be more thorough when drawing characters and objects.

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Arvstar
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Nov 20, 2013
11:00 PM EST
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1500 x 2344 px
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