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Walpurgisnacht by askoi Walpurgisnacht by askoi
In honor of the day

this is one panel of a 9 panel piece (for a shot of the full thing)

"Walpurgisnacht" oil on canvas and wood, 2004
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Deborah-Valentine Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
wonderful subtle horses
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askoi Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you :)
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ice-deathrunes Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2010  Professional General Artist
wow. that's increadable. absolutely stunning. i love the runny flowing feeling. like slime oozing down a wall. it's great. sends shivers up my spine.
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RikuUhime Featured By Owner May 2, 2010
your freakin amazing...I have no other words to describe that. because you are amazing! this piece makes me realy happy. <3
(what do you use in the way of paint?)
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askoi Featured By Owner May 4, 2010  Professional General Artist
:)

Largely, I use pre-mixed oil or acrylic paints, in tubes (oil in the above case). I have a tendency for really thin layers of precise strokes so I tend to use stuff that's a little runny to begin with while still having a consistently high pigment content.

(Brand examples would be Liquitex Professional Heavy Body Acrylics and Gamblin Artist Oils, if you're curious, although I tend to vary brand by availability of premixed pigments. Occasionally I will mix my own, usually because an effect I want isn't commercially available.)
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RikuUhime Featured By Owner May 4, 2010
awsome. thanks for sharing. I like using acrilics more than oils...i tried those once...I need some practice. *laughs*
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