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disintegration of leviathan

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well i recently spotted a few smudge paintings so i decided to post mines :)
This was a take on another work i did (might upload later) I actually attempted to make a figure with this thought :(
It is supposed to be a snake going down some whirlpool or something (I was reading Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes when i did this...) anyways tmi...
Hope this turns out good :)

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Congratulations

Looks like you figured out how to use photoshop filters and the liquify tool....


Saigon responds:

corrections there are no filters just the liquify tool, the filters are leftovers from the other artwork i did before this.
Thanks for the review anyways :)


awesome

...awesome painting!how come it have such low score?


Saigon responds:

people love to put zeros for no reason...
anyways, thanks for reviewing (glad u liked it :D)


Mmm

The red and the blue work nicely together in this one, especially against the dark background.

Those dark areas look slightly washed out, but I like high contrast by preference, so that's really just my own bias toward dark dark dark black.


Saigon responds:

glad you like the color use. Thanks for review :)


hehe cool!

its pretty cool :P


Saigon responds:

glad you like it :)
(nice name btw)


Funky, to say the least!

Well crap, I can't tell one smudge painting from another, but this seems pretty good.
>:D


Saigon responds:

lol, thanks :D

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Saigon
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774
Votes
42
Score
3.76 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 21, 2009
1:16 AM EDT
Category
Other
File Info
500 x 500 px
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142.2 KB
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