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This is another private commission, something a bit different from my usual work. The original is one solid piece, at 36x18 inches. The client wanted it split into three however, to hang side by side in individual frames.

If you'd like prints (12x18), they are $20 each or $50 for the set. This includes shipping US, international shipping is separate, I'm afraid. Please use the button below for orders, be sure to include your shipping address. Feel free to email me with any questions -- aaronace [at] gmail [dot] com.

Enjoy!














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Thanks, my friend. It was a lot of fun. I don't usually do this sort of thing but I like how it turned out.

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Hehe, thank you. I must admit the first comment had me scratching my head a bit. ;)

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It's all good. Been there. :)

That's very cool, amigo!

Okay, I don't know if you will find this interesting or not - but this reminds me of something that happened while I was in college. Good cheap entertainment was to go to the local mall when there was an art show going on and look at all the pictures (I've always loved art). One time I was passing an artist's exhibit that looked like he'd taken a paint brush and laid it flat on the canvas in shades of color (like all shades of blue or all shades of red) to create an abstract. I was kind of trying to figure it out when I heard a couple commenting on how stupid the artwork was. Since the artist was right there and working on a new picture I thought that was rude. To make up for it I tried looking at his pictures longer than I had planned. Sudennly it came together and the different shades became shadow and light and I was looking at a nude. I involuntarily made the "Oh, cool!" sound and the artist came over and talked to me about his paintings. (and asked me to model for him but I was too uncomfortable with nude modeling to do it.) It just re-inforced to me that you cannot take paintings at face value.

Hehe, exactly. :)

I love layering tiny little details into a piece like this... as subtle as I can, so you don't necessarily see all the details the first time around.

Your commission is up btw, this is the piece that I had in the queue before it.

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