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Goodbye Stars by Senecal Goodbye Stars by Senecal
Another from Breed release #25, "Prelude".

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:iconmagentaworld:
MagentaWorld Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008
finewerk. i see a mix by sienkewicz vs. moebius in a homicide mood... )
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nikitas Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
I like it a lot

there are so many details in this piece
:)
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Senecal Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. This is one of those images that wrote itself.
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Rakista Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2004   Digital Artist
Critique hat on

What I like: The red/yellow/orange of the eye in the farthest left man, and the skullcap of the man overlapping him.

The actual pictuire it self

The smaller repeating squares on the left give more weight than the larger X blocks in the right forcing the eyes to strart from left to right. That is the correct order, right?

What could use improvement.

The middle man's eye has concentric blur rings going through his egg eye and the center of that circle takes away from the starburst in the 1/4 panel.

As always, good show.

One of my favs
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Senecal Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Hey thanks for the in depth review. Those are some good points to note, and I d like to hear informed critique.

As I have a habit of using figures incidentally to represent the idea of a human element ( I also will sometimes just use a blue color to do this, depending on the work) there is probably a fair amount of variance between the figures.

Thanks again for taking the time to scrutinize.
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Cri-Dragonrider Featured By Owner May 20, 2004  Student General Artist
absolutly fabulous..just one question where did the drawing of the person come from?
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 20, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Ah, I use ony the finest ingredients specially raised on a lactose free, soy fed diet, on a free range farm. In other words, I make everything myself.

Why have you seen it around some place else??
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Cri-Dragonrider Featured By Owner May 21, 2004  Student General Artist
I havn't seen it anywhere else. I just thought it was neat, a really cool sketch. and what is a free range farm ..hmmm
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 22, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Ah I see, thanks. Technically it's a place where they let the animals do their own thing--like chickens, they let them live natural lives running around being chickens for example, before they are harvested and sent to burger king. The idea is that the meat will be better if it is not kept all penned up in a small box.
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Cri-Dragonrider Featured By Owner May 22, 2004  Student General Artist
thanx for enlightening me:)
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Mohawkeman Featured By Owner May 8, 2004
Love it! I love the technology and aged feel to your works!
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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 9, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks man. That is a really good description. It's been hard to put a name on some of these but that works!
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manya Featured By Owner May 7, 2004  Professional Interface Designer
oh shizzle, i knew your artwork seemed familiar! i didnt know you were an artist on breed.. :worship: been idalizing the artwork on that site for so long now.. i might try and join next year, but nowhere near good enough.. yet i hope...
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 9, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
NAMASTE!

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:iconmanya:
manya Featured By Owner May 10, 2004  Professional Interface Designer
then i must thank you once again for giving me this divine pleasure... god?
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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 10, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
TIMMAH!
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thelonegunman Featured By Owner May 6, 2004
thats probably one of the best i saw in the pack.

the repitition of imagery reminds me of a younger me with a little bit of Jason Khan's flare.
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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 9, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Ha, thanks man. Yours is strong graphic work as well. Great to be in such good company.
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:iconlambros:
lambros Featured By Owner May 5, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
amazing.
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:iconcrmmoon:
crmmoon Featured By Owner May 5, 2004   Photographer
awesome
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:iconxam:
xam Featured By Owner May 5, 2004
you stink of beauty..






i seethe with jealousy
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:iconpatata:
patata Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
great, great, grrrrrrreat!!
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SCHIMPANSEN Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
cool dude....this one is really creepy
looks like some worm-thang is crawling underneath the skin......
..... :puke: so I luv it XD
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SarahSoo Featured By Owner May 4, 2004   Photographer
Okay--- So.. you might have talked about this before but.. hey i'm new..SO How do you make your stuff anyway? is it on the computer... do you scan something you've made outside of computer? B/c wow... you need to join a gallery my friend.. start making money for your gift.
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
I used to be a wet media painter--oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink etc. I still will sketch some stuff out in ink or graphite occasionally but it is just as likely that I make it all in pixels.
Photoshop is where it's at for me. I started using in back in... 95? I think that is when. I am essentially totally digital these days.

I use a tablet and stylus and usually open up a document at least 1600 pixels in case I want to print it. (that would be small as well) I developed a digital process over the years that has its roots in sketching, painting, and photography so thatís become my path. This also involves the use of some convoluted actions Iíve spent the past 1.5+ years developing and Iíve still not gotten them to function correctly. And although I have a scanner finally-- Iíve not really gotten around to using it for any of my art yet but I have seen people doing some badass things that one day I want to try. The best way I can think to describe it is like making your own coloring books. Gutting the pieces and reforming them in your own way.
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sweetji Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
Great work...love the colors and the impact the white gives to it....love it...

;)
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Windy999 Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
Your art should come with an automatic full-view to get the most out of it

Brilliant

:+fav:
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Schweet. Thanks!
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clav Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
you jerky bastard.

so tasty.

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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Mmmmmm Beeeefy.
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cogwurx Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Interface Designer
Love the progression of the figure..or would it be regression....the blue, it's very subtle...I can totally see the lose of humanity in the figure.
Great work.
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Hmmmm. A little of both I think.
And you're right on about the subtlety.
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gensanity Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Traditional Artist
interesting piece..i like :)
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asphalt-resistance Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
Oh fantabulous, having a camp day at Camp: camp.

I applaud your work with great cheers, as I munch of my crumpet and drink from a 0.09L tea cup.

I once wanted to kill a star, but then I realise that they're millions of lightyears away. TWINKLE ALL YOU LIKE, I'LL GET YOU ONE DAY!
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Dieguito Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
yeah i like this one very much,good breed release,your work was standing out in that release for sure.
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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Hey thanks man. I appreciate you taking time to check it out!
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Dieguito Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
i never miss a breed release,some great work's there,you have just joined breed,i dont think i have seen your works in previous releases unless i'm wrong,neway look forward to more releases with your genius included. :popcorn:
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Ha, yeah thanks. I just joined a little while back.
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neotenist Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional General Artist
Good god man I don't know how you can turn 'em out at this pace. re all these new pieces? Great job, as always, you've got a very distinguished style
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
This one has been done for a little bit-- made it for the #25 Breed Release.

However, I do try to work on at least a new work each day.
At the very least, a new work each week.

Thanks for stopping by!
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:iconrakista:
Rakista Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2004   Digital Artist
Good work ethic.
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:iconbanzine:
banzine Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
fan ta stic!
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:iconsenecal:
Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Gracias.
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kittcat Featured By Owner May 4, 2004
I like this... Love the colors... The whole picture is just really cool. Great work!
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Senecal Featured By Owner May 4, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Hey thanks. Glad you stopped by.
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