genus triticum

  • Posted March 7, 2008 by Storytaylor Viewed 4959 times
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      Tim
      2008.03.13 Edited

      what an incredible mood in this editing, u r always inspired,,

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      2008.03.08 Edited

      forgive me for my no coment
      yast to say that I have pass
      maybe tomorrow

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      2008.03.08 Edited

      i love the feel of this one...you are very talented and if you don't already, you should seriously consider selling your work.

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      2008.03.08 Edited

      It looks like a set for an opera, very peaceful. I so don't even begin to understand what you do! From reading the above post, apparently I'm not the only one. What medium are we looking at?

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      2008.03.07 Edited

      I could sit and watch you create something like this for hours with never fading interest.
      What you create -the [i]results[/i]- is, as I told you many times, fascinating and outstanding, but the creating process is now, more than ever, what I would so much like to know and understand better. Do you actually use «real» paintings for works like this one or is it all Photoshop?

      Anyways...I just LOVE what you do.

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      2008.03.07 Edited

      Beautiful!!!But Is it always a photo ? I have began this discussion with Madoc (in french!) and I'd really like to know what you think about it !
      Congratulations for your...image !

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      Mat
      2008.03.07 Edited

      You never cease to amaze us! Another fantastic and surreal image ... congratulations my friend!

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      2008.03.07 Edited

      Ho-Ho-Ho-Ho!!
      Now you transform to a little Latin scholar ...!?
      I learned it 5 years , too - but it was sooooo boring!!
      But your painting is wonderful ! - selfmade?

      Wish you a wonderful weekend!
      ;-))