Monday, June 7, 2010

Far From

Just because I told myself I'd update tonight, I suppose I will.
I'll have to come back to this one maybe? Or maybe I will just spend the time elsewhere. Been really hard on myself and my art lately, feels like there is no time to lose.

Can't stop listening to: this
In a perfect world, I'd like to take a break and make music, or sculpt, or write, or cook or make films or get a puppy.


Updates at the Sketchpad

36 comments:

  1. i concur, aside from painting i always try to keep time to play my piano. But it never seems to work out that way lol. Nice work btw :)

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  2. Maybe this is terrible for me to do. Which if you take offense I am sorry. Yet I came up with this painting useing techniques and style that I have learned from you and it also has sheep in it. This link goes to the painting http://yfrog.com/12rainydaypeacespringtimej ... I dont know what to say other then the videos you have placed upon us in just you working have tought me many ways to view the abstract of stretching and mixing images to see various envoirnments that I feel have made me create things I wouldnt usually crate. Thank you so much for everything you do. cant wait for your new stream. :D

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  3. The scale and lighting in your pieces always get me, man. I routinely add the hi-res ones to my desktop images folder :]

    I wold totally buy a nice print of your work.

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  4. I love the texture you manage to get into your digital work. Also, more sheep in concept art!

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  5. Always a fan, and these last several posts have solidified that. Your work is becoming so fluid and your mastery of colour is second to none. Your experiments into smudge and sharpen, as well as getting tough on yourself are breathing some beautiful stuff into your work man. All the best!

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  6. Nice work!

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    All the best,
    Mariusz

    www.mariuszkornatka.posterous.com

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  7. I keep seein your stuffs! and i keep drollin over it!~ droooollllllssss! drooooolllllsss more now! :)

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  8. This could be that perfect world Tom.

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  9. Fantastic and you have a knack for scale!...love it.

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  10. both your painting and the track you linked to are excellent.

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  11. Man I'm glad I found your blog, you have some absolutely beautiful work on here!

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  12. I love these recent paintings. The light and colours are really beautiful.

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  13. awesome.. i really enjoy the mood in this one. and the sheeps brings a lot of peacfulness into the image. i also like how a lot of things are suggested and not rendered into oblivion..

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  14. Something is different about this painting compared to your others it seems.

    Were you trying a new technique or anything?

    I'd love the see the PSD file for this one, or a little insight to how to created it.

    Thanks!

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  15. awesome - keep it up. Love your work.

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  16. Hi Tom! Thanks so much for dropping by
    your work is genius!
    I shall have to keep visiting~

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  17. holy cow tom!

    pure awesomenesss

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  18. awesome work! I think I need to borrow some crayons from the box of doom if this is what you get out of them!

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  19. Thanks for your visitis!=) I admire your work and the way you use the color.

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  20. So graphic !! I Love the ''cut'' and texture approach !
    -R

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  21. nice work you've got over here. i'm really impressed.

    greets jors

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  22. Hi there!

    Wow, THANK YOU so much for coming by my blog! I've been following your blog for a while, and your work is very inspiring for me! Thanks again! :)

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  23. Exquisite
    Work

    good
    sources
    of
    Inspiration

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  24. Haven't been here in awhile, beautiful wooorks man :). When I come to Seattle do you wanna shoot guns and race around? Can always play with my pups til you feel powerful enough to get your own...

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  25. Can't quite figure out why, but much of your work makes me think of Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melnibone series.

    Except the sheep.

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  26. Hello! i have just discovered your blog! great artwork in here!! cool!
    :)

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  27. Thank you for sharing
    This fabulous work with us
    Good creations

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