SAS Painting

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Re: SAS Painting

Postby Thundershot » 29 Apr 2010 20:28

I too had a double take moment too looking @ that...outstanding piece of art 8-)
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Re: SAS Painting

Postby Chopper » 30 Apr 2010 00:33

Strewth that's good work.
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Re: SAS Painting

Postby Goofateer » 19 May 2010 20:58

I'm an artist with a degree, and I'm more than impressed. Looking over his portfolio, I just have 1 criticism for him. Do more or less with your backgrounds. They either need something there to place the objects in a natural environment, OR a more abstract background to bring the focus back onto the object itself. The plain "counter" he has them on really doesn't do the pieces justice, and I find it distracting. But certainly some talent there.

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