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Bristlebench

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So this began as an experiment to see what would happen if I tried to draw a Beksinski work without looking at it. It then took on a life of its own, and became something bizarre and quite different to the Beksinski painting in question. Looks a little unfinished, but I've run out of patience with it, so it's time to move on.

This is the Beksinski painting, by the way:

http://img526.imageshack.
us/img526/9037/vdtbeksins ki.jpg

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-the sadness of the man on the bench, becoming the bench itself... forever stuck in that sadness, screaming for someone to hear his pain-

love this concept.
might check out your work.

Really creepy

It reminds me of those Scary Story books I used to read in elementary. The blood or whatever it is in the background looks too sharp compared to the rest

cool man

this is super Dali like. I like Dali. I like you.

MiddleFingerRings responds:

I like you too, lad.

My god, someones else who knows of him.

It does look a bit unfinished, but still pretty impressive. BTW, kudos for choosing one of Beksinski's paintings, it's a tough challenge and you took it really well (I know I wouldn't).

MiddleFingerRings responds:

Thanks buddy, Beksinski is pretty much my God.

cool

looks like francis bacon art work

MiddleFingerRings responds:

Thanks man, I love the Bacon.

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