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12 Responses to “Demonic Girls: Digital Art Through Photomanipulation”
Rob Moss Says:
I dont know who composed all of these pics butt there amazing and i was thinking about using one for a refrance for a tattoo there all done very well i love the composition and i have to say some of em are sexy keep it up the good work
if theres any chance of finding out who made these, especialy the ‘Hear no evil’ image, i love them and would love to look up some more into the artist themselves, would be great if someone could reply.
I am very interested in possibly using one of these works as “concept art” for a low budget, indie horror about possession. Please respond as per your interest and how to proceed. Thanks. Great work
This kind of dark photo art should be collected and published in an art book, to be marketed towards fans of Horror related comic books and magazines. I have some intrest in making this style of altered photos. I would like to see more work like this somewhere. I’m not a publisher but would like to see more of this art, so contact me with info on how to see more of this stuff, please do not publish my email, keep up the good work, this stuff is great. Thanks…
Nice work. fantastic pictures I love them honestly.
I am working on a new musical project and I would be interested in using one or some of these for the booklet of the album. Please let me know if this is possible.