oil on board
oil on board
this uglyness is so dermasen von great that i just nicht gucken can for lang
this is the coolest thing I've ever seen!
This is great. I love it.
HOLLY SHIT THAT SKARED ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
just love it
I wish that I could fave your entire collection, very talented.
Great and creepy!
this just creeps me put, WOW
Beautifully done. Great work!
So the way I'm seeing it, this is the future of man? Tiny head, meaning no brain, tiny ribcage, meaning no heart, but huge bellies, meaning lots of gluttony and greed. Also these scary appendages made to hurt others. But on the other hand they're sitting peacefully on a table for a drink, which means there's still hope.
So very interesting. The texture here is so very surreal, realistic, and, above all, horrifying. This is quite astonishing. In a way, it reminds me of the pale man from the film Pan's Labyrinth. Great job on this piece.
Wow... just wow, reminds me of Dali a bit. This is most certainly going to haunt my nightmares to night! Really well executed tho!
very interesting ))))
Wow! Beautifully painted.
Eeew it's so gross and cool at the same time! :-D
Yes, dear god. Brilliant!
Z jednej strony mi się podoba , a z drugiej jest w tym jednak coś przerażającego. Dość oryginalna praca.
Argh! like the weird monster in 'Pan's Labyrinth'! Terrifying
love to see more like this
I love it; it's surreal and alien, but at the same time not repugnant. Very nicely done.
I like to think they're discussing the finer points of life.
It is a praying MANtis! har har har
I know it's a terrible adjective but I find it revolting, in a good way though, it's painted incredibly well. It kind of makes me think: if we ever meet aliens, will humans be smart enough to not shoot them just because they are different? I'm not sure what you intended to mean in this painting but it is actually very peaceful. It is remarkable.
im really confused but damn! thats some good painting!
for a long time, just by looking at the thumbnail, i thought it was just praying mantises that were having lunch but now that I look it in full size, it is so much more intriguing. Wonderful work, an outstanding work of surrealism
these creatures remind me of Pan's Labyrinth second task--the monster who ate children.