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    Mother of Dragons...

    Breaker of balls!

    I'm back!

    100+hours

    Enjoy!





    More GOT art is coming

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    Nice work! 100+ hours? That's some dedication!

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    Looks almost like a photo! So I'd say the time you put in was worth it.

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    Jesus super amazing.

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    This is astounding it looks so much like a photo! Definately amazing! I dont know if i could ever spend 100+ hours on a single piece! Jeebus! But the effort and work obviously paid off big!

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    Stunning, simply stunning! What program, pray tell, good sir? If only I HAD 100 hours I could spend on creative stuff!

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    Holy cow man... That's just an utterly stunning hyper-realistic painting! Gorgeous, just gorgeous!

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    I realize this took an astounding amount of time... but, looks like it was copied from a still. At which point, I'd ask, why make it? I imagine that doing a master study of something from a renaissance master would be more beneficial for picking some actual learning of composition and the other major pillars of art.

    If this wasn't copied from a still... kudos. Now apply what you've learned to your own original works to create something seriously astounding

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGping View Post
    I realize this took an astounding amount of time... but, looks like it was copied from a still. At which point, I'd ask, why make it? I imagine that doing a master study of something from a renaissance master would be more beneficial for picking some actual learning of composition and the other major pillars of art.

    If this wasn't copied from a still... kudos. Now apply what you've learned to your own original works to create something seriously astounding
    I don't know, man. I think I'd still find value in the study of it all.
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    Excellent.

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