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le Insurge by Senecal le Insurge by Senecal
"le Insurgé"

At night, the best way to see something is to avoid looking directly at it.
Not that this has anything to do with the image.
A good mix of traditional work in flora shapes ( that's graphite) and usual digital stuff for the other parts.

An aside...
Nice to see today too that ARoulette (Alex) has a featured work as a DD!
I did for some months, actually work with him at the same geographic location.
We've collaborated on a few works as well. One day I will have to dig that out and post it.
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giadrosich Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
One aspect that I really enjoy (and I admit, I look forward too) in your work is the technique of layering that you use. This gives a depth and mystery to each image that I find intriguing.
So often, when I view non-representative artwork, it is a little too flat for my taste. Nothing wrong with flatness, if one is talking lumber or pancakes, but for my art, give me something I can walk into!

I apologize for trying to lable your art as non-represenative. That was just by way of comparison. Your images, I think, straddle that fine line between genre. Composed of the known and the unknown, it brings both recognizable and geometric elements into play, combining these into an arraingment that takes some serious study to decipher.

Okay, I'll stop the intellectualizing. Perhaps I should just shut up and enjoy the art!

sweetji Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2005
Very beautiful...Love the mix between the graphite curvy lines and the digital can get lost in all those levels of perspectives...
cogwurx Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2005  Professional Interface Designer
Nifty. I the face really pulls one in...and once one is too's over.
Hamrick Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2005  Student
I am le french, looch at me vith my cheese and sigarettte. Hoh hoh.
tedthehed Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2005
thats awesome.. i love this
Senecal Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Muchas Garcias.
Glad you stopped on by!
not-sleeping Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful, as always. I love the way the yellow strips work as illumination, as if it were viewed through some crazy paned glass door. The graphite is suggestive of etching and offsets the busy textures below. :ahoy:
Senecal Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Ah thanks for the insights!
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September 16, 2005
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