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Hermit77 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Your use of color and lighting is shockingly good.
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nhokutevip098 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Hmm, what can I say, the one must not be named, I Love your Art, right now, I feel like even if You ruining everything, I still Love your Art. You're the one that I always looking up to. Thank You and keep up the good work, Please ^_^
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MikuL0ver Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love your art!!!!Hatsune Miku-13 (Wink and Heart) 
Can you teach me?
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KushinaUsagi Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
Your gallery is amazing! Love 
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JrWobble Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  New member Student Interface Designer
I honestly love ur artwork!!!!!! ^^
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WALLSHAW056 Featured By Owner May 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
i love your work....the use of color and the scenery makes each piece very expressive. Amazing ^,^ you got a new watcher 
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BlackAndWhiteFantasy Featured By Owner May 9, 2015  Student General Artist
Man you are soo good I wish you did Tutorials X3 
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doolhoofd Featured By Owner May 1, 2015
From Aesthetic Illusion/Disillusion by Jean Baudrillard:

"Entering the sphere of dispersion of the object, the womb of the distribution of forms. This is the very form of illusion, of a return to play (illudere). Going beyond an idea means negating it, going beyond a form means passing from one form to another. The first defines the critical intellectual position that is often the stance of modern painting in its contact with the world; the second describes the principle of illusion, where there is no fate for form other than form. In this sense, we need illusionists, who know that art and painting are illusion, in other words as far from any intellectual criticism of the world as from aesthetics proper (which always presupposes a reflective discrimination between beautiful and ugly), who know that art is first of all a deception of the eye [un trompe-l'oeil ], a deception of life [un trompe-la-vie], just as any theory is a deception of meaning [un trompe-le-sens] and just as painting, far from being an expressive and therefore supposedly true version of the world, consists in dressing up traps [dresser des leurres], deceptions in which the supposed reality of the world is naive enough to get caught. Just as theory does not consist in having ideas (and therefore in flirting with the truth) but in setting snares in which meaning is naive enough to get entangled."

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Baudrillard by doolhoofd  
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ThamuzMartu Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOVE YOUR WORKS! Soo damn good artworks and cool comics! Love u and your works! :3
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