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Absinthe

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Absinthe exhibition - Line, Photoshop

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Nice and creative.

Some very nice creative styles here and I like the idea of looking into this so with that sense of things I think instead of a frame you could ad a window like if you are looking into this world, but anyways you have some nice little mysteros things and some nice work here.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
I think instead of a frame you could ad a window like if you are looking into this world.

~X~



Yeah, it's obvious this was meant to show a drug induced experience. I freaking loved how creative this was! I don't know much about absinthe. That's a drug, right? I heard LSD is better. Well, I guess drugs should be legalized because look at the beauty they gave us!

Everything here is so wonderfully colorful and vibrant. I thought those things were butterflies at first. Now, I think they're venus fly traps or maybe a combination of both? The cat was a wonderful touch too. It's just nice to see flawless shading. Keep up with the creativity, dude!



She looks completely oblivious to the mass of plants swarming in on her. Nice work with shading and coloring on this one, everything's in a hue of green or yellow, and still it looks pretty natural. The sunrays falling in through the bilnds are a warming touch. nice and imaginative!

-cd-



aye, laddies... it be the green fairy!



One word to describe this art.........
WOW.


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muscarine
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4.41 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 4, 2012 | 8:32 PM EST
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Illustration
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405 x 705 px
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