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Trip 1 Trip 1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Trippy Picture.

Excellent use of colouring to make it look trippy, but stand out from all the other trippy/colourful pictures out there. And I'll bump up the rating to 9 cause of the Psychonauts reference. Best. Game. Ever. :D



Happy Thaksgeving Happy Thaksgeving

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's Perfect!

It's so simplistic and yet draws out in almost amazing detail what happened with our forefathers and the native americans many years ago! And the elegant way you used both what looks to be water color and marker, it's just fantastic! Would you be willing to accept a "Greatest Man On Earth" medal for such a beauty?

P.S. If I were your teacher, you wouldn't be getting a timeout.



Can't Hide... (JTHM) Can't Hide... (JTHM)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wonderful

Johnny The Homicidal Maniac was one of Johnen Vasquezes many masterpieces. It'd be more appropriate if it were darker looking, perhaps some blood on the knives.
8/10 for the art, 10/10 for taste.


OzynO responds:

:) Thanks for your voice. and I agree with you. But I just kept it as closed as possible to the poster i wanted to buy. :)


Furry Fury Furry Fury

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME Artwork....but....

I.......HATE......GNOLLS!


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Matricide Matricide

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow.

This is an absolute masterpiece. Now, I'm the type of person that's a great art enthusiast, but loathes the majority of it (considering symbolic representation of things when portrayed in art is usually so obvious, it's repulsive and generic. Makes me sick). I can honestly say this has to be one of the greatest works I've ever seen. The symbolism is clear to those intelligent enough to see it and the overall artwork is amazing. The use of pale colors really brought it home for me, I think. Each color brought out the others because of it, making every part an important one by not having anything concealed which pretty much adds to its symbolic meaning. I'm still kind of confused about the doves, though. Are they contrasting how mother nature's creations are supposed to be beautiful, but have come out vile and wretched and have destroyed her? Either way, excellent work sir/madam. Excellent work indeed.
(Sorry if it seemed I droned on, it's just been awhile since I've actually marveled at anything)


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Azurenex responds:

yo, glad you like it! the doves are representing the cycle of spirit, or the circle of life. but one of them is trapped and so the pattern is disrupted.