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    Amazing Digital Artist

    Thought you all might enjoy this video and art. I think he is amazing!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzf_IN__Rdk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibui View Post
    Thought you all might enjoy this video and art. I think he is amazing!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzf_IN__Rdk
    Terrific story. Reminds me of Temple Grandin. Here's her talk at TED, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn_9f5x0f1Q

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    really enjoyed that video. thanks.

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    Interesting. Asperger's syndrome is a boon to photo realism. I knew it took a certain type to sit and labor over certain super tight artwork. Not saying it is a requirement, but he seems to have found it to be working for himself.

    What I find particularly interesting is that using ArtRage would make his replication of photos a snap. I mean it takes work here to make it look like a painting after all. And that's sort of the inverse of what this chap does where he builds it back. Is there any advantage to laboring it out I wonder.

    Anyway, a very interesting video that poses many questions. Thanks for that.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thank you for the video. I really like detail. I know a lot of artist say just the opposite. But I think there is always room for what ever type of art that makes one happy. After all, it's not the public that you have to satisfy, first you have to satisfy yourself. Well, at least, that is my thought.
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    Impressive detail work. I enjoy the focal shifts he puts in on most of his stuff.
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    Thank you for posting the link, his work is just amazing. Oh how I wish I could paint like that.
    Christine.(Paint what you see, not what you know to be there)

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    Hard to tell something negative. Of course, it isn't real art, but his images look so realistic that it takes few moments to try to see the difference between these images and real photos
    Too bad that only 203 views on this video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRSArts View Post
    But I think there is always room for what ever type of art that makes one happy. After all, it's not the public that you have to satisfy, first you have to satisfy yourself.
    I couldn't put it better. My thoughts exactly.

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