30 x 30 cm - acrylics on canvas.
part of my big "Manic May" facebook promo as the big prize. more pictures and your chance to win it here: http://on.fb.me/k5XqAi
about 2 years ago
Great canvas man:)
I saw some really nice shit on your tumblr:)
You should open a shop with awesome stuff like this. I'd buy it.
i prefer giving it away for free at the moment ;) the problem with paintings is that the prize would be crazy high just measured in the time i have to spend to finish one, so i'd be afraid that people would call me insane. nevertheless, i hope you've seen that i am giving away this one in a big sweepstake over at facebook. sorry for promoting it so hard but as you are interested in buying, you might be even more interested in winning it. and of course: thank you very much.
Aces, just Aces. Great work!
Well, how about prints? :)
I just want to hang something like this in my office, without having to participate in Facebook camaigns. :P
adam, thank you very much.
jord, prints are a good idea. i will think about it. thanks again.
Love your work!
thank you Julian, just checked out your work and am very impressed.
I want a tutorial or something :P
here we go: http://29.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l7iwzq98rU1qa1c9eo1_500.jpg haha, just kidding, no offense. but seriously i wouldn't know what to tutorialize on it, buy a canvas, acrylic paint, some brushes and start to paint. no special technics are used, especially cause it's just shapes with no gradients. you can do it jack! ;)
I didnt realise it was painted! wow
I thought it was a vector first :P
haha, thanks. it's a bit clearer to see in the close up here: http://dribbble.com/shots/170745-Manic-May-talking-bout-the-good-old-times- . the thing is that i started painting after years of doing vector design, so my paintings are clearly "speaking the same language" as my vector work. i try to loosen that up a little here and there once in a while. but then again i simply like the clean shape aesthetics. can't explain it better right now but i guess you get it.
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