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shockmetal Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Woow! great gallery man!
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Splitin2kun Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Stunning work, dude.
Simple brilliant.
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nitSwitch Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Student General Artist
I really admire your work. ^__^ 
Have you ever thought of making speedpaint videos? I think it'd be interesting to get a glimpse into the process of your work.
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White-Warren Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The dream-like qualities of your pieces lend to creating such an iconic style.
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HectorMcreyes Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing Gallery
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mhelwig Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
Beautiful painterly style. Very nicely done!
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db-bun Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Wonderful paintings ! Can't stop faving
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AWILSONT Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
seriously good work man some of the best handling of oils i have seen
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gman29 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Your work is awesome. How do you photograph and correct your work for presentation on the computer?
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robrey Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I usually scan my paintings: Wait until the painting is dry, varnish it, and scan it in pieces on a flatbed scanner (any size), make sure the scanner makes no color adjustments to each individual piece, then stitch it together in photoshop with file>automate>photomerge. Once it's stitched together you can make any color corrections necessary, you may need to use the rubber stamp tool to remove dust and glare if you have high relief brushwork.

Recently I've started getting good results taking photos: You'll need a nice camera like a Canon Rebel or better, a tripod, a polarized filter for your camera lens and polarized lighting gels (reduces glare). I got this whole set not too long ago for about $1000.
There are plenty of good tutorials online for how to set up the camera and lights, beyond that I would just recommend that you bracket your shutter speed (take multiple images at different shutter speeds) and use photoshop to file>automate>Merge_to_HDR to make your final image. That will give you better definition in the lights and darks.
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