Natalie Shau

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Digital art by Natalie Shau

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Atonement, Bones & Silk series

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Ominous ride, Bones & Silk series

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  • http://eternalchild.blogspot.com Edgewalker

    This one reminds me of the digital art of Ray Caesar, all done in 3D softwares and later painted on other programs.

    Whenever I find someone who reminds me of these contemporary names such as Caesar, Brown or Raiden, I think about the cubists that came after Picasso: it feels less worthy, cheap, like basking on someone else’s afterglow…
    Plagiarism.
    Of course, nowadays it’s called “reference”.