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    Default Very cool exploration...

    ...of the Ernst Haeckel world!

    The funny thing is that Bosch, Ernst, Beksinski, Haekel, Dali,...are also some of my favorite painters
    You have good taste
    So I am also fan of yours research !

    Maybe take a look to the more symbolist Arnold Bocklin

    And this French modern landscape painter Ugarte
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    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    @Tribunmaximus,FAtherO,looprix:thx for your words i'm glad you enjoyed my art, looprix for sure i'll print it it's among my faves too.
    @Frenchy Pilou: thx for naming Ugarte too..i've seen his works somewhere but honestly i didn't remember him, amazing paintings maybe i could use something for inspiration..and among the artists you have named don't forget Giger Bocklin yes love his art and The Isle of the Dead , it is a masterpiece.

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    yes pls show us the print. I want to see it with real world lighting. THANKS!

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    Absolutely insane!

    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    Hey guys i've selected these first series of images previously posted (each one linked for its style) for some printing tests.

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    Excellent Work. Congrats on top row!

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    @CMalagrino,SOnofWitz thx u very much, glad you like them
    I've done a print "at home" just for curiosity but at the half of the size.
    i think and hope they'll have an impact when professionally printed and framed on 100x70 or 50x70 size.
    What you see are in A3 with my horrible printer and horrible paper aahah
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    Thumbs up Awesome!

    Fantastic Artworks.

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    Default Moving to the Big Print

    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    @CMalagrino,SOnofWitz thx u very much, glad you like them
    I've done a print "at home" just for curiosity but at the half of the size.
    i think and hope they'll have an impact when professionally printed and framed on 100x70 or 50x70 size.
    What you see are in A3 with my horrible printer and horrible paper aahah
    Yeah...maybe you should go canvas giclee on the next round? There ARE some high-end papers that come close, but you need to develop a profile for each one that really suits it and then you have to prep your files individually to address problem areas.

    Obviously, your vendor for the prints will know all this, but I advise getting as big a proof as you can before giving the go-ahead on each piece. I am kind of extreme on these issues because, until recently, I printed all my own giclee. It's hard to get the kind of control you get at 'home' with a print-house.

    Also, are you doing any kind of blow-up to get the really big sizes...what is your planned workflow for that aspect?
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    @Ross_DD, thx you..glad to see someone writing from Italy Grazie.
    @Mhued, difficult to answer you technically about this aspect. For sure the prints "at home" are absolutely not a standard to judge quality, i've released them just to touch with hand the illustrations (and for personal pleasure..can't wait to print them professionally ehehe).Anyway i work as a graphic designer in a well known agency and work with lots of vendors for prints - it will be necessary to print eachone on the big size to see the result before using expensive support for the final print. I'm looking also at DIASEC (check it)but i think it will costs too much. Still have to decide so i can't tell you which will be the process or the problems i'll have to solve. I'll keep you posted.

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    Amazin as usualy. You can print you art on canvass and have some money. I think.
    But anyway last fraktal warck very good.

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    Sorry its not a plays for this ,but maybe you can tell me why i dont have post awer guys in my pages?
    Just dont uderstend.I wanth some advice, but dont have no one opinion above my sculping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yorikus24 View Post
    Amazin as usualy. You can print you art on canvass and have some money. I think.
    But anyway last fraktal warck very good.
    thx you very much , i cant say you why u don't get answers..things that happen

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    Another project another w.i.p!
    I've used an old model for the head, i'll change it , but i was curious on how the things are going with this.
    I should add a full body but i like in this way too.
    All Zbrush and BPR.
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    Lookin good,
    I would like to see some sort of torso.
    Cheers!

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    i likeee! nice!

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