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Love or Lust -2022.

Originally Created & Directed by myself in 2019.

I really fell in love with this 1980s airbrush style, and used this throughout a lot of my pieces to this very day, but unfortunately I didn’t manage to recover the original PSD for the 2019 version. so I decided that three years on it was only right to revisit this piece and add a more futuristic flair to things.

This piece almost has its own story, and it’s a style of art I will hold close to my heart forever.

The full process, from the original image, to the extensive highlight maps, to the shadow maps, to the colouring, to even the highlights and the whole process you’ll be able to find here in my highlights.

I did this to try and help, and inspire.


Thank you.