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Deeper in to the Accident by DaveWhitlam Deeper in to the Accident by DaveWhitlam
Another new work in progress - don't ask me what it means, as I'm not entirely sure myself.
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Happy holiday season :xmas:
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wilminetto Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
You have a amazing style... congratulations for your creations.
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psikographik Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2006
yup i still love ur style
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kailitha Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2006
it's confusing
it's bizzare
it's chaotic
and disturbing
but
that's what makes it damned glorious.
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clytze Featured By Owner May 20, 2006
I love your work!

It helps me feel these feelings.
Things like pain and despair.
can last forever. !!!!!!!!!!!
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Necrosapien Featured By Owner May 18, 2006
Awesome. Reminiscent of Dali! I love it!
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Schloi Featured By Owner May 18, 2006
That is totally awsome and freaky, and awsome because it's freaky
*thumbs up*
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Minamata Featured By Owner May 17, 2006
I think I shall have a nasty nightmare tonight >_>


so very brain-splittingly strange and beautiful...

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jeffreyst Featured By Owner May 17, 2006
Very professional. The misty background works really well in making the things in the foreground stand out - giving it a 'realistic/photographic' quality. I think the more real these pictures look, the better they work as they depict something so far from reality. It amuses me to wonder what some of the things that crop up often in your pictures might symbolise (assuming they symbolise anything at all) - like the clogs. Were you forced to wear clogs as a child? Or the little arrowheaded creature that's usually pointing at or looking like it's about to dive into a hole - sexual/phallic sympols? Maybe not. Interesting though.
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nebu Featured By Owner May 16, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Another excellent piece of work! The head between the butt cheeks is a bit disturbing...lol!
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