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  • Amazing images but why use sculls and guns! Thank you Adriana.
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  • Fantásticas pinturas y desconocida para mí la técnica. Se puede decir pintura blanca, transparente .... no sé, pero resulta mágnífico el efecto. Son preciosas. Felicitaciones por la presentación. Gracias, Pilar
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    • 09.02.14 11:02 PM
    • Kazuki Takamatsu is a Japanese painting, along with his unique use of depth map; a technique where every pixel is a shade of grey is used proportional to its distance from the observing object, brings a fresh 3D view of surrealism, hauntingness, and mystery. Japanese artist Kazuki Takamatsu creates distinctly ethereal images by combining the computer graphics technique of depth mapping with black and white painting in acrylic and gouaches to creature doll-like characters that appear holographic and ghostly. based sculptor and painter whose use of monochrome-based gouache hand