Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Day Four

Awesome lookout near Bixby Bridge.

14 comments:

  1. Hey, this series of paintings have to be one of the most inspiring I've followed. They really capture the imagination and push me to go and paint something. Thankyou and please keep it up!

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  2. SWEET!!~~ Great Stuff Zana hyung~~~~~ ahaha

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  3. you did it again Eytan!!!!! man, I gotta try one of these.

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  4. Your colors are really nice, I like your work.

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  5. Hey man..these rule. I like the simple shapes and color style you have goin on.

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  6. holy shit eytan! these are ahhhmazing!!
    you always continue to amaze me!

    and hell yes im down for a print trade!
    hahahah but first i need to come up with something impressive enough hahah :)

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  7. Painting road trip!? So nice!!!

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  8. Brilliant body of works Eytan. You sure go out of your ways to learn :) May I ask what type of setting are you live painting with on your road trip ? I travel often but i usually only carry a sketchbook and a pen which makes it hard to study colors and form really.

    oyo.box at gmail dot com

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  9. Thank you so much everyone! Your feedback is what's keeping me going!

    @ Sketch- thank you sir, I'd really recommend going on one of these trips. Best week of my life!

    @ Daniel Kim- Annyoung, je ireum-eun, Cho Young Joo, imnida

    @Jparked - Thanks dude! Means a lot coming from you

    @Tom Scholes - wow, I'm extremely humbled. Your art makes me cry.

    @Patrick Leyendecker, Kairo, Powell - Thank you guys so much for your support.

    @Sarah- Let's do it! I'll take anything of yours.

    @Yohann- My friend Shaddy explained it best:
    http://www.shaddyconceptart.com/blogs/news-and-process/digital-plein-air-setup

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  10. Hi Eytan, I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoy your updates. I especially love these plein air pieces.

    I'd love to be able to download some of these pieces at a desktop wallpaper resolution.

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  11. awesome paintings Eytan, I dig that your plein air work still has the cinematic look of your concept pieces. you are a huge inspiration

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  12. this is reaaaally nice Eytan! Keep it up!

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