Ian Curtis (JD) Painting
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Ian Curtis (JD) Painting

Author Comments

This painting is probably my favorite, only because it turned out so well ( the eyes specifically) and i adore Ian Curtis (Joy Division) was made for a friend in England.

Reviews


Piercing

even without color yet so strong. thank you for sharing. i also c that u reply 2 everyones response. i hope u dont dwell but use it 2 swell your work, as im sure it will only prosper


katouZ responds:

Thanks a lot,

And yeah i do reply to most of my comments, because i enjoy and respect their opinions... most of the time :P

kayla


Control

It's good to see Ian. Good one.


katouZ responds:

Thanks, and control amazing movie :)


Man,..

Thats Talent, IM tellin you :P such as the other people does--Well its one of the best Arts I've ever seen in whole Forum and same as the other ones you did.
Eyes are Pretty, Detailed Face, Shading etc-ITS Pure Great what else can i say?
By the way is it Aryclic or what :D?

Your art is great man keep it up :)
/DK


katouZ responds:

Thanks a lot :)

I simply used a white coating of white Guesso paint, sanded it down to make the canvas smoother, then i used black Acrylic paint.

Thanks for the review.


Love it :)

I was wondering if this style of art had a name? Its really cool looking.


katouZ responds:

umm no there isn't really a specific title to this style...silhouette i guess?

thanks for the review :)


2

epic


katouZ responds:

Thanks XD like i said, my favorite!

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Credits & Info

katouZ
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7,090
Votes
69
Score
4.58 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 4, 2009 | 10:37 PM EST
Category
Fine Art
File Info
1728 x 2304 px
JPG
842.3 kb

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