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Sep 24, 2009 | 12:39 AM EDT
Fine Art
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921 x 720 px
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I normally avoid abstract work, but this thing was such a bitch i figured why not. Made in about 2006 its 3 point perspective with a slanted horizon line.

Size: ~8.5'' x 11''
Media: Pencil (2h-2b), Acrylic Paint
Paper: Bristol Board



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Strange erspective

Wow, this one certainly bends one's mind while viewing. Certainly something that I'd say is a little akin to a Pink Floyd album cover, except for the lack of bright colours that they have used over the years.

The perspective seems strangely distorted and the one thing I would have dine differently was to shade all in one direction for the blocks faces. Each face could have used a single direction (horizontal or vertical) and this would have made the blocks look slightly more uniform, perhaps even highlighting the perspective quirks which have caused me to squint at the piece... might be the booze though.

Certainly something for a progressive industrial album cover.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

You may avoid it but you do it well.

As an abstract work I think it is great... reminds me of 80s album covers. 3 point always looks a bit other worldly and I love the nest of cubes higher up. You may not do abstract much but I think it is always good to test yourself with something like this now and again, harder it is to do the bigger the sigh at the end.

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