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Monday, March 23, 2009

MicroVisions Final Four: Cast Your Vote!




No. 1



No. 2 



No. 3



No. 4


77 comments:

  1. it's a close call between 1 and 4, but I would have to go with 4 as well.

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  2. 1,2,4. Though I am personally fond of 2.

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  3. I think #4 edges out #1 by a smidge.

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  4. They are all amazing but I'm going with number 4 also :)

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  5. Number 4 rocks! Number 1 is pretty great too... I say submit all 4 as a quartet :). Excellent work.

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  6. I'm digging 1,3, or 4. I think 4 is probably the strongest one of the lot.

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  7. They are exquisite, especially the ones with women.

    But, I go with Business Ram.

    Number #4.

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  8. It seems like 1 and 4 are awfully close, but I'd have to agree that 4 is stronger.

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  9. number four, with number one a close second

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  10. All awesome! but number four the best!

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  11. They are all great but my vote would be:

    4...with 1 as a close second.

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  12. I think #4 is the best execution but I think #3 is a better concept.

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  13. 4 no contest. The texture, the lighting, the modeling, everything about it blows the other ones out of the water. Great Piece.

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  14. feeling awfully repetitively redundant redundant saying "four," but it's creepy & kinda the right thing to do for you.

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  15. Great pieces! #4 is my favorite though.

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  16. I'm Irene, 4 is the best! but 1 is a VERY close second!

    ( I like 4 more just cause goat people rule....)

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  17. Number 4 is a great one, there is something about Number 1 as well. I think you might call No.4 "Pucker"

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  18. 4 then 1,3,2...
    but for me 2 was favorite before the blue period.

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  19. It's almost a sin to chose, but I go with the mob and say 4 ! Still i'm not sure if 1 isn't more interesting in the long run.

    As someone mentioned before I would also think about submitting all of them as one piece. I really like the pictures with the panel on the wood!

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  20. #1 has something Frazetta-ish about it and I love the palette.

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  21. Four for me.
    Looks like you were just getting into your stride. Therefore, No.9 would surely be a doozy.

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  22. Number 4 is the best, although #3 is stunning.

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  23. It looks like #4 is getting all the love, and while it is really good, I think #1 would do best at auction. The lion helmet on a soldier portrays a savage strength that the whole piece exudes, and I think would appeal to a broader range of bidders than a goat man would.

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  24. I vote for No.1, with No.3 bringing up a close second (it intrigues me). Then No.4, then No. 2.
    #1: No. 1
    #2: No. 3
    #3: No. 4
    #4: No. 2

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  25. They're all amazing! I love no. 3 especially

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  26. These are beautiful - i like #3 :)

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  27. its a toss up between number 1 and number four, although number 3 has elegance and beauty to it. But, I flipped a coin and Old Mr. Tumnus (number 4 ;p) won.
    Amazing work, Justin.

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  28. 4

    all them are great, but 4 is awesome. nice work!

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  29. #4
    They are all fantastic. Very tough choice!

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  30. 1 or 4 bro!!

    EITHER way Id go with one that looks more like theres a story behind it-- which one is the viewer dying to know more about?!!?

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  31. Looks like its going to be #4, and I agree. But #3 provides a nice color and mood contrast to the rest of the current MicroVisions entries.

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  32. No. 1, man. It's more interesting to look at

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  33. #4 - but gosh #1 is a very very close second!

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  34. Number 4, sir.

    Although... number 1 is really sweet too!

    Ok, ok... Number 4, yup. Number 4

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  35. Final count as of 10:00 AM Thursday morning:
    No 4 wins by a landslide with a total of 54 votes. No 1 came in second with a total of 10 votes with No 3 right behind it at 9 votes.

    So No 4 is now in a frame, which is in a box, which is wrapped in bubble wrap, which is in another box, which is in a truck on its way to New York.

    The exhibit begins April 6. The auction begins in mid/late April. I will be posting on here when it will officially begin.

    Thanks everyone for voting and for the feedback!

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  36. Sadly I'm late to vote. But I'm surprised that #1 didn't win. By, far, it's the best developed and the color and lighting is the most successful!

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  37. Number 1 by a very long shot to me. Not sure why everyone seems to like #4. Oh well :/

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  38. This is my first time commenting...I found you through Andrew Peterson and the Rabbit Room. I love your work and son gets really dreamy when we look at your stuff...we've had fun. I love all four selections but I think 4 is the one. Thanks for sharing your stuff here.

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  39. Number 4 please! There's just something about his introspective expression that is captivating.

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  40. Justin,
    My vote, No.4

    And if I ever need an illustrator to work on my newly released children's book, The Ringwood Tree - www.ringwoodtree.co.uk - I know who to come to! Stunning work.

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  41. Hard to decide between 1 and 4, but I choose 1. It strucked me when I saw it.

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  42. Number one is by far my favorite

    Brian Beausoleil

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  43. Number 4 is the best, although #3 is stunning.

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