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    Great images and models! Exhausting interview to read, however. Eyeballs hurt from all of the rolling.

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    i like the way he spoke and the images he created are very nice aswell.you can see that this person meditates.im actually more interested in meditation than his art

    thanks for all the artists you mentioned!i only knew alex gray
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    great works! congratulation


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    oh please....

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    Great models , and congrats for your interview.

    I love philosophy I ,like some of what you are talking about ,but I don't like it when is exagerated just for the heck of it.... ''I was born on Earth …...''

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    Work is great. Need to grow up and maybe get beat up a few times though before interacting socially. I admit though, I most likely sounded a lot like this when I was his age. Keep up the great art.

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    Always loved the Scuba guy. He is a classic.


    But Goddamn... what an annoying interview to read.



    Just answer the questions without all the BS.

    We get it... you know big words.
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    Love the artwork, but the interview was too in the head for me to with stand any of the answers samuel gave to the interviewer.

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    verry nice work and interesting interview.
    scuba is my favorite, it would be nice in future to see more of the philosophy
    in your art works.
    i look forward to see more great job

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    GREAT interview, GREAT work!!

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    Lucy in the sky, with diamonds!

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    Thumbs down ...what the...

    oh boy. Okay:

    your work (or pre-art, or whatever you call it) is good. Even very good. Your models look great, tho to me, they don't show any real philosophical interest. Those are just very well executed guys with xrayz broadcasting from their skull, or buddha-inspired creations. The whole character design is interesting, and you justified pretty well your use of clay-like renders.

    But in this interview, which was initially aimed at knowing more about your techniques, tips and references/inspirations, you're riding this big white horse, using words that supposedly make you sound smart, and bouncing on every interesting question to throw up those heavy theories about art and life that many people developped so many times before you, in a much more appropriate way. Let's not even mention this poor introduction about earth and babies...
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    "No doubt many fishermen, tree planters, shepherds are probably much more philosophical on the inside that many so-called philosophers"

    Let's say you're no shephard, nor fisherman, nor tree planter, then. Just a pedantic tho skilled young boy.

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    Thank you all for comments, I understand the opposition from people, there are right in their perspective. I maybe extrapolated like always with the questions, or give more a general feal and thought about the subject. This is the bad part or writing, to much general, don't get all the subtleties of personal dialogue. It hard to understand someone when you don't try to see how in their perspective they give is point of view. You can confront or sympathize. Contemplate or fight...

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    just reminds me- kudos to all those artists who are keeping it real

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