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I've been working on this on my off time for a good month or so now, really happy to have a such a good optimized print ready piece done.

You can get it in a ton of different prints over at: www.redbubble.com/people/kabis…

also! I've recorded the everything but a tiny bit from the beginning and I'm going to start putting together a time lapse video of this piece being made! so keep an eye out for that! ^^


As always, I'm also over at:
Tumblr: inkabiscube.tumblr.com
Instagram: instagram.com/kabijedhagen
Twitter: twitter.com/KabiJedhagen
Youtube: www.youtube.com/kabiscube
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JazzLizard Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I like the perspective, but love the lighting. There's some very well executed color balance going on here, nice work :)
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Kabiscube Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014   General Artist
Thank you! I'm really happy with all of the things you mentioned, the lighting and color balance was such a huge part of this painting so it's lovely to hear that you liked these parts so much! :)
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Hatokad Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Super dope!
I love the freaking details.
The Portrait of the old man hallow, the cactus collection, all the tech.
And is that a stick-figure cleverly drawn on the lightswitch?
Great job mang!
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Kabiscube Featured By Owner May 1, 2014   General Artist
haha man, I love that you took the time to find some of the little things, even the stick figure!

I had this friend who I had an internship at, he was a tattoo artist and I thought him more about shading in trade for letting me intern at him. He ended up so in love with my art that I got to draw all over his apartment. One day I drew just that stick figure on the light switch to his bathroom and he just about died laughing at it. It's such a good memory, and while drawing the light switch it just kept coming to me and I just had to recreate it ^^
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