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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by DeadPark Thu May 28, 2015 1:38 pm

WOW!!! Those are REALLY impressive. i would honestly pay for those and hang them in my house.

Keep up the painting. :D
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by Luke Thu May 28, 2015 1:43 pm

Let him know we all like 'em.

Would be awesome if he made one for the charity auction (hint hint).
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by Ziggy587 Thu May 28, 2015 1:48 pm

Thanks, guys. I'm sure he'll be happy to hear all the positive feedback!

DeadPark wrote:i would honestly pay for those and hang them in my house.


Well, like I said, he's willing to sell prints.

@ Luke - That's not a bad idea. I could get a print made up myself so that I can put it in the charity auction.

I also forgot to mention that he's willing to do commissions. He's done them in the past for friends. I've seen him do a couple pastel pictures that came out really good too.
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by Soldier Blue Thu May 28, 2015 1:51 pm

Excellent! I love it!
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by Luke Thu May 28, 2015 2:57 pm

Ziggy587 wrote:
@ Luke - That's not a bad idea. I could get a print made up myself so that I can put it in the charity auction.

I also forgot to mention that he's willing to do commissions. He's done them in the past for friends. I've seen him do a couple pastel pictures that came out really good too.


Please do talk with him about this. It could be a commission piece with a starting price. Win win.

I also work with an art museum and have been pushing for a "Video Game" temporary gallery. Please keep that in mind. We do have people who rent out our upstairs gallery and make bank selling prints. If I can help, ring my bell.
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by darsparx Thu May 28, 2015 8:13 pm

Wow, definitely unique...wouldn't mind having posters like that in my room if I could swing it with my mom if i used something like command strips(she doesn't like the idea of nails or anything that could damage the walls). Once he does more I really want to see it too these are amazing :D
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by 8bit Thu May 28, 2015 10:06 pm

Those are all pretty awesome! I agree that he should setup an etsy shop for them or something to start selling prints. NintendoAge users would also probably have some really positive feedback on these as well.

To your brother: You've got some talent! Keep up the good work!
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Re: My brother's video game paintings

by Tempest Mon Jul 27, 2015 12:06 am

Wow! Love the paintings. Tell your brother to keep up the fantastic work.

My favourite is the first DKC one and I love the Bomb Man one too.
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