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Old 29-01-2010, 09:52 AM   #106
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yeah hopefully. its been massive overkill on my part, i need a good break away from it to really see it with fresh eyes. its hard to find the balance. ive always liked heavily detailed art, like bosch and brueghell, and the american artist joe coleman. i have wondered about techniques for creating similar in 3d. for the first time in years art and creating is starting to become enjoyable again for me. i just wish i had more time for it.. but yeah, for this picture, i need a little break. lim feeling really jaded. im excited by the techniques ive learned in doing it. just hope i can get better...
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