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Friday, March 16, 2012

Abstract Environments

I know it's been a while since I've posted. Been pretty busy on a bunch of projects. Difficult to post that stuff for obvious reasons. But here's some new stuff...









14 comments:

J.J.*Jolanta Jasiulionyte* said...

the green one is absolutely stunning!

Nikhita said...

they're beautiful! love the compositions!

Peter Oedekoven said...

Great..looks very much seventies.
Love it !!

Jason Scheier said...

hmmm, these look surprisingly familiar! ;) really enjoy these Paul! -J

roque said...

Very Moebius-esque. Amazing.

Jason Norton said...

I love these!! Thanks for sharing

Thomas von Kummant said...

so, is this your own project?

Gio M. said...

floored by your work sir. I was going to sleep but after spending the last 20mins looking at your stuff, I feel compelled to paint. Mille Grazie.

Marcelo Vignali said...

Man, you're on a roll here! They're just beautiful.

chobed said...

your work is amasing!! :)
can i ask you where and what did you studied to get all the skills needed to be a concept artist/ilustrator..etc..
it could be helpful as i am looking where to study :)
thanks!!!

Amin said...

j'adore !

shaeshatz said...

Paul, these are really something. The compos are wonderful as are the colors. I understand that these are on a blending option, but still, something about these pieces echoes mucha-esque. bravo man!

shaeshatz said...

These compos are really wonderful paul. I see that you are using the blending options, but wheather its this, the palette or something else, reminds me of a quality in muchas work. Bravo man!

Ying-Hsuan Chen said...

these are so inspiring, thank you!!