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  • And finished! Nearly 14 months after starting the first sketches, whoo!

     

     

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  • On 12/13/2018 at 8:54 PM, Anthony Owen said:

    Very 1960s psychedelic art.

    Thanks! That's been a long time since I've been looking at those kind of things but when I was a teen I was a huge fan of Rick Griffin & Victor Moscoso.

     

    I'm a bit surprised that those inspirations are somehow still alive :D

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    I exhibited with those guys in the "Second Joint Show" in SF along with Stanley Mouse and others (mostly poster artists). It was a very creative period that we thought would surely change the world. 


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  • Wow! Do you have any links to your works to share ? I'd be curious to see that :)

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  • That must have have been quite some work, thanks for sharing :)

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    Every step was a learning experience. If I had Octane when they were made, I could have had more refinement. 


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