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Hey dude.

Usin' a small brush to scribble in noise does nothing but punch this piece in the dick. Light in the background is illuminating shit-all. Border to the piece looks like it was done in MS Paint. Cliffs an eyesore.

Digging the surrealist absurdity. Later.


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I assume you did this in some sort of computer program, as the lines on the replicated surfaces seem practically identical; nevertheless, that doesn't take anything away from this piece. If anything, I would call this piece a lovechild between the art of Dali and Picasso - in a very positive way, mind you. I love the colors on this: blue, composing the face (which is still red enough to relay the blood coursing through his veins); yellow, which displays a subtle melancholy, and brown, which melds the hair with the rocks and makes the piece seem somewhat droll - in an aesthetic way. I do love how distorted and inhuman the face looks in the mirror, too. This is a beautiful piece (despite the little "FRIDAY FLOOD" banner, which sort of seems to be mucking up how freaking awesome this is).

I have little idea as to what the "FRIDAY FLOOD" is, yet I'm certainly impressed that it's encompassed the work of such a brilliant artist (I saw some of your work in the art forums as well).



Wow thats a trip, loved it


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test-object
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25
Score
4.28 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 6, 2012 | 6:00 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
1080 x 1331 px
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1.4 mb
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