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Early Portfolio Work -ˈklōnfem by Steve Stanley

"...created from one genetically enhanced and perfect cell, for the sinlge purpose of undermining all human social systems." A concept piece put together after watching Gataga. The piece was originally conceived and completed in 2008, and a current updated/revised work is planned. © 2008 Steve Stanley
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GenreSciFi / Fantasy
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Face-Off Statistics

Number of face-offs: 7

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29%
Lost
57%
Drawn
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  • 05/01 2012
    03:04
    Steve Stanley

    ...well Kenmo, the concept is "intresting" isn't it?! (lol) A long psychoanalysis could be done here, as with most artist renderings, but I will simply succomb to saying thanks and offer reference only to the original thoughts posted with the image and le
  • 05/01 2012
    03:01
    Steve Stanley

    ..really appreciate your support of the concept and rendering Willie. The lessons of how to work layering and general groundwork skills have since lent to other rewards. I may revisit it one day, but for now, it's part of the studio growth history. Your s
  • 22/12 2011
    03:59
    Ken Morris

    Very thought provoking image.....
  • 24/06 2011
    11:35
    Willie Kendrick III

    Great concept and rendering. I think it is fine the way it is.
  • 16/04 2011
    12:47
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks, as usual Anndre'. This is one of my fave older works in corel x. It helped to teach me layers and scaling with the software. Appreciate the kind note man.
  • 01/04 2011
    06:28
    Andre Alexander

    Nice imaginative cloning concept, Steve. Your perspective is spot on.
  • 10/03 2011
    12:54
    Steve Stanley

    your visit to my gallery is appreciated. And I invite you to view the other entries. Any comments or crits you would like to leave, are welcome, as they help me to grow.