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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

AWOL Digital





AWOL
10 x 17
Digital over Watercolor and Charcoal

21 comments:

  1. What a charmingly wonderful concept! I like the deep blue dream-like quality. This one made my morning.

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  2. Justin- these are both wonderful in their own way. I love the richness and additional care to edges you brought into this version. Rock solid!

    Thanks for sharing, I love seeing your projects come alive.

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  3. Very beautiful. The fact you were able to make a turtle's face look gentle is really marvellous. I love the chalky texture of the clouds.

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  4. Looked at this picture again and again yesterday, and it really is lovely. Been following your blog since you did the Tolkien paintings, and I enjoy your work very much. Your recent series of monsters in finery was great too!

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  5. Man this has a lot of awesome in it.
    Great job man - truly great.

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  6. this is truly one of my favs.
    you have an incredible ability to tell such wonderful stories in your work.

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  7. Hello Justin ... I like the admósfera that your works have....


    Regards ... raúl

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  8. Your work is WONDERFUL! Mygosh!
    Love the atmosphere created in this dream-like image.

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  10. it´s charming and so magic. regards from spain

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  11. this is beautiful, I can see why you would need to paint something so serene after an overdose of zombies ;)

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  12. absolutely lovely, I'm a big fan of your illustrations.

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  13. Just remembered that I had little turtle as a child. She run away once on a picnic ... Still wandering about her destiny...

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  14. This is one of my favorite pieces of 2009.

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  15. Love it. Are you using Photoshop of Corel Painter? Do you create your own brushes?

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  16. I **love** this.

    Came across it over at fffound! and it took a little detective work to track you down as the source. Here's the link to the fffound post: http://ffffound.com/image/8a5baaab24fa57ad9ac5fa2f3ec2e8f4ff75f4bb

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  17. The digital version is striking, but I LOVE the watercolor!

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