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Thomas Wievegg
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Hi beloved watchers, I hope you are all doing well! :)

Now, I just submitted my Bloater painting to a Naughty Dog fan art contest held over at Dark Horse Comic's Facebook.…
So if you want to go and give it a vote to support me I would be super happy :)

Annnd regarding art posts, I should hopefully be able to submit some new stuff soon. A month ago I started to attend a two year higher vocational game development education at Future Games in Stockholm So that is keeping me quite busy. But there are art posts on the horizon, I tell ya!

Anyways, be well everyone and if you took the time to vote; thank you so much for the support!  ♥

Peace and Love



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graphomet Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2015  Professional Interface Designer
Excellent gallery! Thumbs Up 
Myronavitch Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015
I very much enjoyed viewing your gallery this morning.  You have a fine eye for producing highly dramatic images.
RebellingLemming Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your surreal ideas are just amazing!
aessens Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You have really beautiful compositions! They draw me into the story of your paintings every time I see them. How/where did you learn to make such marvelous compositions?
Keep it up!
thomaswievegg Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you, I'm glad you like my compositions. Weeeell I don't know, I just try to think about the image as a whole. Like visualizing everything in big, simplified and abstract shapes can help. And I usually have some of the "composition rules" in mind when I work (rule of thirds, golden spiral etc), although you shouldn't follow them blindly. I try to use them as a guide sometimes, and then it's just about avoiding tangents, leading the viewers eye where you want it to go etc. I hope that answered your question somewhat :) thanks again!
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