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aashish

lovely art!

Ronalyn

Oooh very nice.. I love this painting so far!

Anna Aspnes

Love the stopping for a smoke before touching up his masterpiece. Great pics as always!

Lee

Awesome colors! It's great to see the work in progress of this great artist!

Claudette

I was wondering if I would see the finish product! Wow such talent these people have!!! And of course the talent that you have. I don't think I have enough courage to take pictures of strangers...but I might start doing it, as I just love your pictures!!

mushsis

a really great series. the colours are amazing.

Paul

I've heard the term "empty suit" before, but I've never actually seen one. Nice shots!

outdoorexpsoure

wow..he did a really great job..i like color and the way he touch up his work...really neat:-)

verb

i like this series :)

pieterbie

Hey, thanks for continuing this line, great stuff again.
Love this cool concentrated artist.

ody

colori magnifici..bella foto!!!
so beautiful..

Rock

Amazing the amount of action that can happen when creating a painting. From your images it is obvious that this artist does a lot of moving while painting his mural.

ChickyBabe

I like the second photo best. Both arms in the middle, at a similar angle.

Great series you have here!

ian

I have the greatest of respect for those who can create art in this medium.

star

i wonder how many sticks of cigarette he had when he finished this mural. hmmm.. :)

kai b

jollibee!

Julio

great shots

Charles

Hey Sidney. I like the way you document events. Very journalistic and full of feeling. Excellent work.

rw

The first one where has just lit a cigarette. Superb. The action of the scene is perfect.

Lady-bug

Everytime I come here I am just astounded at the people and things you capture with your lens! BRAVO!!!!

Nadia

I think you've really captured that mood of concentration in the second picture. The mural painting looks like fun. (for the artists AND the photographers!)

David Kapp

I love that you captured his progress. When I saw the first one, I was wondering why he left that patch empty across the chest. Excellent series on the mural paints so far!

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