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The Ohin3 Art Show. This is What I do Most While Smoking.

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  1. ohin3

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    oe3

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    You are an outstanding artist! I like to paint miniatures in my off time, and as proud of them as i am, I wouldn't say they are art of this caliber.

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  3. ohin3

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    Glad you enjoy the images. I used to paint miniatures. Role playing games never really stuck with me but I love the art work and fantasy in general. Friends of mine were into Warhammer. Awesome imagery from that camp. I used to paint their miniatures and once in a while paint one for myself.

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    Sometimes my brain works too fast, sometimes I am just so fascinated with a particular set of images that I can't stop playing with them, sometimes I abandon previous versions, sometimes I show them as a set or incorporate several into a tryptych...etc. I can't stop frigging with these engine photos.

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    Nice. Most of them have a Rorschach-esque flavour. I see pelvis, bats and butterflies everywhere.

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    Great stuff ohin3!

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  7. ohin3

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    U.

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    What talent, I couldn't come up with stuff like that even if I was on a acid trip.

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    Does a culture based on separation and competition, of scientific sophistication and mideval religion, offer happiness even as it ravishes the Earth that sustains it?
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    Really Cool Pics !!!!!

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    Llit.

    Llit.

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    Great images Ohin3! I just spent the last 30 minutes looking at your images from the initial post. Really nice man. Thank you for sharing and updating. You have talent friend! Cheers!

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    i2

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    @ohin3: Now that one is really cool ^

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    Very Cool as usual Phil.


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    Thanks fellas. Glad you enjoy them.

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    Wow very cool work!

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    STE2

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    This stuff is amazing man! Very nice work! I may save some for screen savers as well! Im awe struck by the artistic level of just the smoke pics that you have done. You are very blessed with talent!

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    Etone

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    Those last two are very cool again...fractal in nature...brings to mind the Mandelbrot Set:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandelbrot_set

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    What about them brings the Mandelbrot Set to mind?

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    What about them brings the Mandelbrot Set to mind?

    Just the fractal quality. When I think fractal, I tend to immediately think of the Mandelbrot Set.

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    Nice.

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    Glad you dig it Mike. Jumped right off the screen at me and I knew it was done. These photos of the Halifax harbour at night are proving to be quite fruitful.

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    When I saw the colors in that one I instantly thought of a blanket that my parents brought back from a trip to Mexico years ago. It's cool how art can trigger different emotions, memories, etc. all depending on the viewer.

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    Ah yes the beauty of subjectivity. I must say that I noticed the classic mexican weaving pattern a few times while frigging with these photos.

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    i

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    conJunction

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    To me that looks both futuristic and old.

    Matt.
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    Amazing work Phil!

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    Love it. Need this post updated with more art more often!

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    conJunction is rather neat, fills me with a deep sadness.

    "The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time."
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    You said this is what you do while smoking your pipe , what are you smoking ?

    Must say i love this kind of art awesome.

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    Deep sadness eh? Hmm...what about it makes you sad?

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  37. ohin3

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    GM

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    I am so impressed right now I don't even have the words...

    “My pipe is out, my glass is dry; My fire is almost ashes too; But once again, before you go, And I prepare to meet the New : Old Year! a parting word that's true, For we've been comrades, you and I - I thank God for each day of you; There! bless yo”
    - Robert Service
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    Phil great as always.
    Keep'em coming.

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  40. ohin3

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    Glad you dig it.

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    some of those are so beautiful, in fact some of those are very reminiscent of DMT trips.

    Again

    I carry a gun... because a cop is too heavy!
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    one

    one

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    Pretty slick stuff, dude. You've got a good eye.

    I'm so awesome, I make myself jealous of myself.
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  44. ohin3

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    glad you dig it bro. More to come as always.

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    ID

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    Wow! Those are really cool! I like the angles! Thanks for sharing!

    A smile will always keep them guessing.
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    Wow! I feel like i know you that much better. These are really, really great! I'm glad I checked this thread. I've always enjoyed your posts on here. Now, I REALLY hope you e-mail me when you come to Cleveland, Phil!

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  48. ohin3

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    I will get a hold of you. Might be home some time this summer. Glad you enjoy the images. Havent had a lot of time to shoot lately so haven't been updating as much.

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    I too just discovered this from the "What Does Everyone Like to do While Smoking" thread. Cool stuff! I gotta ask now, are you a big Escher fan? I am and I feel some Escher in a lot of these. Keep 'em coming.

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  50. ohin3

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    I am a fan of some Escher works but I wouldn't call myself a big Escher fan. Glad you enjoy the images.

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  51. ohin3

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    slip

    Slip

    Self portrait.

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    Through.

    Through.

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    drail.

    drail,

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    browl.

    browl.

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    I see a robot dog in that last one. (Drail) Excellent!

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  56. ohin3

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    HA!!! It is actually another manipulation of the same job site photo that "ID" was made from. I think it was a photo of the underside of a concrete deck with a hole in it for passage of bx cable. That might even be an iPhone photo.

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    drone.

    drone.

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    I just stumbled across this thread. There is some VERY cool stuff in here man. I really like the surreal looking stuff. I find it to be creepy, but cool/arty.

    I am thinking that some of these would make awesome album covers.

    Excellent work!

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  59. ohin3

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    Glad you dig them paintedklown. Yeah I do a lot of work for musicians.

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    More smoke:

    everywhere.

    everywhere.

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    I, too, just happened upon this thread. I must say that you have quite a bit of talent. Very moving work, sir. Respect.

    The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking.
    ~Albert Einstein
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    I especially like that last one, "everywhere". Probably my favorite of any of them thus far.

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  63. ohin3

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    And still more smoke.

    RDN

    RDN

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    I can't seem to stop frigging with this particular moment of smoke.

    binge

    binge

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  65. ohin3

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    l

    l

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    Hard to post that photo here. I can't post it large enough to really appreaciate it. File gets too big. Check the facebook page for better resolution:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151594538208699&set=a.44609308698.52825.517993698&type=1&theater

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  67. ohin3

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    Vge

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    Great work Phil. I like "l" posted 3 weeks ago.

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    prime

    prime

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    Wow, beautiful Phil!

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