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Magical Mystery Tool ..

Acrylics and oil on canvas / 51 x 46 cm - 20.1" x 18.1" / 2004 
 * Sold *
Image details
Image size
675x900px 577.13 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot A20
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
5 mm
Date Taken
Oct 28, 2005, 5:20:31 PM
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GrapeSodaGirl's avatar
Omg.... that's not a photo, is it?
Bernardumaine's avatar
This is a painting...:D
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nine9nine9's avatar
Your wonderful work is featured in my 8/14/2010 Journal -- [link]
Bernardumaine's avatar
Thank you so much !
BrokenShell121's avatar
Wow, I had not seen this one yet. This is wonderful in all its details! And I am curious to know whether you drew this from imagination or had an actual reference object for the painting, and if you by chance also made that one by yourself.. :)
Bernardumaine's avatar
Glad you enjoyed...No sticks nor hair were harmed in the making of this painting :-)
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6gothtickles's avatar
It is truly magikcal!!! Did you make this before you paint this? :love:
Bernardumaine's avatar
I never used a real model to paint this series, they come from a sketch in ink, a digital painting...or nothing :-)
6gothtickles's avatar
I admire your imaginations!!! ;)
n0-regr3ts's avatar
wow... i had no idea you could achieve such detail with acrylics on canvas. That is simply amazing. beautiful work.
Bernardumaine's avatar
The "rough" part of this work was done in acrylics, then completely painted over with oils to achieve it; Thanks for your comment :-)
SalHunter's avatar
WOW ... I have no idea what it could be for ... but I have fun trying to work it out! Wonderful!
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mindofka's avatar
Damn , I thought it was a sculpture when I saw the thumb.
fantastic painting :clap:
Bernardumaine's avatar
Thank you very much :-)
PauloCunha's avatar
Your geniusly brilliant skills never cease to amaze me!!
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