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Power Bird by kingstom Power Bird by kingstom
Stencil painted on wood panel.
A0 size ( 120 x 85 cm)
5 layers for each colors + 1 for last details cut on thick paper.
about 1 week for the photomanip + create layers + cut (pictures from my personal stock) and 2 days spraying.
Let me know ur feelings :)

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kingstom Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
thanks
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acodd Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
wowwwwwwww. to many props.
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jois85 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Absolutely great
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bogl Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011  Student General Artist
just ... wow

great idea and implementation !
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kingstom Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
I'm going to do a small tutorial from a to z but what really helped me to do big pieces is that i found a print shop where you can print in laser on A0 papers (1189x841 cm) for 5 euros each so you don't have to stick all the papers togheter. beside i prepare panels with 4 a2 thick paper each. then i use spray glue to fix them together. It ensures that all the layers are the exact same size and it way faster than puting a4 sheets togheter. for 5 layers, i pay about 32.50 euros for prints and panels
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Boe-art Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
Tidy as, loving the work to the guages. Prime stuff fella.
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ToM0nz Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
amazing! i love this, mustve taken agggges! :)
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neverwork Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
SERIOUSLY, KINGSTOM, YOU'RE MAKING US ALL LOOK BAD.

from a PURELY TECHNICAL STANDPOINT, putting the subject matter (which is great) COMPLETELY ASIDE:

1. there's just no freaking way i could finish that in a week
2. i'd never be able to cut the labels and ticks on the gauges (i wouldn't even try; i'm old, and also a stoner, and seriously, there's just no way i could do it, even with a *MAGIC* XACTO +5.
3. you picked great colors for this, it looks like you've got a lot MORE than there really are

if you're not selling stuff, you're probably not charging enough. DOUBLE YOUR PRICES. if they don't sell after that, DOUBLE THEM AGAIN. also people who spend tons of money on art want LARGE PIECES, aim for a size that would look good over a couch. i've found that anything i make with DRIPS on it sells (i have no explanation for that.)

if i have something i really want to make but need money for materials, i make a "limited edition of 5" 8x10 version and sell that for < $100. i just scale down the same image, and maybe simplify it a little bit. this gives you a chance to try out colors and whatever before committing the resources and time necessary for a decent sized one, and i like 8x10s anyway, so it's neat to have a little one *. i usually only need to sell one small version to buy the stuff for the large one; then i (hopefully) sell (more than one of) those for (a hell of a lot) more than $100. but even if i don't, i break even.

i get a lot of materials at thrift stores and from the "free" listings on craigslist (i'm sure there's some local equivalent.) i also pull things out of dumpsters and get TONS of usable cardboard out of the recycling bins in my neighborhood on trashday.


* i've been spraying all of the small versions on to pages in a book, which will look really cool if i ever manage to do like 200 of them, which i never will.
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Ty-Machine Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
my feelings are that i should quit doing art now.
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neverwork Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
i'm starting to feel like i got out at just the right time (with the right time being 3 weeks ago.)
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