🎨 Machine - original painting (early works)

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I used to find a lot of inspiration in the Technical Museum in Vienna. I took dozens of photos of all sorts of machinery, mostly steam machines, airplane engines and turbines. This painting was based on the turbofan of a jet fighter - as far as I remember it was a F-4 Phantom.

Machine, 1993

Acrylic/oil on fiberboard
80 x 50 cm / 31.5 x 19.69 in



Did you 3d base this one? So many greeblies 😳

No, this is based on a photo reference.

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Fabulous, how long did it take you to do it? Thank you!

I don't remember exactly, probably 6 to 8 weeks.

Your work is impressive. Thanks love all the details and texture.

Thank you!

This is darkly stunning

wow. beautiful piece. love the textures and color palette.

You might find much inspiration and material at the Heeresgeschichtliche Museum as well! Lots to see there - one of my fave is a section about experimental weapons.

Very impressive. Congratulations

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