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chasmatic Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Something not diverging... useless mobile web sites....
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chasmatic Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your stuff is great. I love the stay puffed s'more that's hilarious. Bob is my favorite though. I'd love to see him underwater looking at some of your other characters like Dirk or some kind of other disturbing man fish or diverging!
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siraudio Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thanks! I was also thinking about an underwater piece, especially during the making of the adbuction one. There was that moment when I noticed it looked like he was swimming downward, and that honestly threw me off for a bit because that was the exact opposite of what I was going for. Didn't want it giving off the wrong vision.
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chasmatic Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I got what you were going for but if I'm honest I would have loved to see the alien dragging him out of the "pool" into the ship. I love the piece regardless and you are definitely a fun and talented artist. I'm very interested in artists who develope their own "finger print" with their art and all of your pieces definitely have your visual name on them. I really like how you avoid traditional means of suspension also. like using geoff's (sp)beard and Bob's arm to suspend rather than the cliche sign post or tree limb. Very very cool!
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siraudio Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thank you again! The problem with having an alien pull him up is that... well actually I guess that could have worked. It would have blocked the light though, and that was something I really wanted to have work properly in the piece. Also, it may have overwhelmed the piece with too many characters. That said, there is always time to continue Bobert's story with another piece. Glad you like the suspension methods, because as you can see in the Scowl piece, I have done the tree limb method before, and to be honest, of the different ways I have supported things, that was the hardest way to pull it off. Scowl is a pretty weighty dude, and that limb is rather thin lol. I think Dirk's way is my favorite so far because I tried my best to hide the way he is floating. Thanks again!
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