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Do Not Enter Piranha by livesteel Do Not Enter Piranha by livesteel
The latest in a series of street sign transformations.
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:icongibsart:
Nice work,great use of the sign !
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:iconlivesteel:
Thanks. I also enjoyed seeing your "can lid" technique for making fish scales. Does your work sell well? (if you don't mind me asking) and where do you find your market?
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:icongibsart:
Hi , i haven't sold any of my fish as yet,but i did sell my shark and some robots made from cans.I have been trying the "fine art" approach with my work and have exhibited in some open submission exhibitions.I am still looking for my market to be honest,but i've stopped worrying about "success" and just enjoy the making.I admire your work by the way,cheers ,Gib
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Tree-Girl Oct 20, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
that's kick-ass.....nice background too =)
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:iconlivesteel:
Hey thanks. The bkgrd is done with photoshop eyecandy extensions. They are sweet.
I like your bunny. Where are you going to school?
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:icontree-girl:
Tree-Girl Oct 22, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks =) I'm at a small school in PA, Keystone College......how 'bout you?
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:iconlivesteel:
Cooper union! Freudian slip?
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:iconlivesteel:
I graduated from Copper Union...that was a few years ago...What do you want to do with yourself after college?
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:icontree-girl:
Tree-Girl Oct 23, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
that's cool....after college, I'd like to go into graphic design, though it's not set in stone at this point. Having already graduated, are there any words of advice you'd like to share as far as making it in the art world?
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:iconlivesteel:
Ha, there is no substitute for hard work...and a good mentor
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