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Ed Basa
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Artist // Digital Art
My Bio
Current Residence: Honolulu, Hawaii
Operating System: Sierra OSX
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Favourite cartoon character: Fred Flintstone

Favourite Visual Artist
Norman Rockwell, Ralph Mcquarrie, Haruhiko Mikimoto, Akemi Takada, Masamune Shirou
Favourite Movies
Star Wars
Tools of the Trade
Photoshop, Painter, SketchBook Pro, SketchUp, Wacom tablet
Other Interests
movies, military stuff, japanese culture

Imaginefx Image Of the Day and Daily Deviation.

Imaginefx Image Of the Day and Daily Deviation.

Wow, I can't believe it! I made Imaginefx's Image Of the Day(3rd time) and DA Daily Deviation(3rd time) on the same day?! What a coincidence! Check it out: http://www.imaginefx.com/ Thanks to everyone! I still have a long way to go!

ImagineFX Second Time

ImagineFX Second Time

I was surprised that the folks from ImagineFX magazine asked me earlier this year to send in my artwork for their October issue being that I was already featured in their December 2008 issue. I haven't received my October magazine yet, so I don't know which of my artwork they used. Although my artwork is on the DVD and not in the Reader FXPose section, I'm still glad they chose my art...I just need to work a little harder.

Christmas in Tokyo

Christmas in Tokyo

     In the land of high tech gadgets, thousand year old temples, and cho-kawaiko(super cute girls), it's amusing how Christmas is celebrated here. In the States and other western countries, turkey with all the trimmings are eaten. However, here Japanese eat...KFC. That's right, They flock to their nearest Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant and pick up their favorite type of chicken...sorry, no original or extra crispy chiken sushi(if you're wondering). Can you imagine long lines trying to get a bucket and biscuits?      There are a lot of Christmas decorations and lights all over Tokyo, and Tokyo Disneyland would make you feel like yo

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