the world of SCALA

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5:50 am.. Finally finished.. sins to virtues, 4 vs 4,
first tree to the black tree, flood of life to the axiom of God..
two souls entwined with no familiarity of the world around.

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38 Responses to the world of SCALA

  1. Romina says:

    This is absolutely amazing! The details that you put into each drawing is awesome. I love how wherever the eye looks, it will find something intriguing to look at!

  2. Chris says:

    F-ing awesome. The detail is unreal.

  3. Nora says:

    I really appreciate the way your eye runs freely and not constrained to space and how you were able to capture that and still make it a complete piece. I also appreciate that you were able to work all the many elements into it without hiding the importance of any of them. You used all of the space…which I loveee.. I can see that you love what you do and this stuff just pours out of you.

    nice!

  4. Your Mentor says:

    I think its sick. I really like how all the elements are different in their own way, yet still look like one. Great detail. Its tells a story, but the best part I feel is it can be whatever story you want it to be. Nice work young man,

  5. Camille says:

    planned or unplanned its beautiful chaos. It sings to me!

  6. Vivian says:

    Amazing drawing- our world is meshed and created in this one piece.

  7. Rich says:

    Was checking out some of your influences, I’m a big fan of that era and it’s nice to see you’ve kept with the patterns.. The spacing, detail… religious overtones. Those are big shoes to fill… While I’m not yet convinced you surpassed them. I will say you certainly found a voice. I do like Scala… Can not wait to see what you do next.

  8. Nancy says:

    Simply “Outstanding” amazing details, I could not keep my eyes of it, is a story within itself.

  9. me says:

    So i will say this at the second one, you are the most brilliant creature i have ever had the pleasure of crossing paths with. Your art makes me want to paint, even though I dont know how, inspires me to write when nothing is left to be written question things I never gave a second thought too and to quit smoking so I can live a lifetime once and over again to see more of your work, :) thank you for sharing

  10. Bonzai says:

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!!!!

  11. Anonymous says:

    The detail… The details… meticulous details. Scala is a delight! I’m using this as a desktop background.

  12. Darren says:

    I just want to say Wow and Paramount.

  13. Alex says:

    Has to be one of your finest! Dude i love circles. There’s always been something divine to them and you have about a million all over this paper.

  14. brucie says:

    who knew you had it in you!? all jokes aside, i think this is one of the most intriguing pictures ive seen, and the detailing is phenomenal! Make me a master piece like this. you never cease to amaze me :)

  15. Hayden says:

    This is just nuts. What was sacrificed to create this?

  16. Dante says:

    I want this to be my bedtime story.

  17. Seth says:

    wicked shame it took this long to see your work up and out. :)

  18. JohnCarlo says:

    You have taken me back to the roots, when the genesis of creativity first filled my veins with passion, and genius. The detail and overall composition is a captivating, it’s sensual eye candy and speaks to the artist within me.

    You have taken the inspiration of Yoshitaka Amano fantasy works and Albrecht Durer’s famous engraving Knight, Death and the Devil and created a visual fairy tale one with the aged old tale of dark and light.

    Incredible you have influenced me yet again.

  19. Frac says:

    Rome! its beautiful. I cant stop looking at it. The detail is incredible. You left me speechless.

  20. Akie says:

    Complex and Multi layered, There is always something new to find! When will you have a show?

  21. Classic Kennedy says:

    A farewell to your eyes. The information in this piece is Epic. I’m loving every twist and turn.

  22. The Phoenix says:

    there is so much in this work that makes me rethink what I’ve been doing when I draw, this piece inspires me to try and throw off the shackles of my conformity and attempt something completely different. using ink as your medium works brilliantly and gives it an even more refined touch to the image.

  23. I would like you to come up with an inspirational phrase and a brief sentence about said phrase, because I would like that placed underneath this artwork and then I would like the print hung behind the desk in my office.

  24. Ken Tokunaga says:

    I’ve been surfing around for art nouveau references, I am blown away with this one. You must be Proud.

  25. The Quantum Man says:

    I’m late to the site and I cant believe The damage done. I’m starting here with Scala, Rome when will you get noticed! Scala has taken hours away from me and it wants more! Your crazy, crazy, CRAZY!! This is your big bang theory. This is the days before the continetal drift, before the sea level change. I’m tracing the astronomical legacies of the Babylonians and saw Scala! Your a maniac :)

  26. Maude says:

    Truly a remarkable job Romik.

  27. L says:

    Beautiful Fantasy :)

  28. Fry says:

    You are my favorite illustrator.

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    It is remarkable, it is an amusing piece!

  30. Ari says:

    Yes you are the talent :)

  31. Olga says:

    So far, this is one of the best amazing paintings that I’ve ever seen in this blog. It’s definitely crazy for me, and I think you really deserve to be a future great artist in the internet. If this has some nice colors, it would be more attractive than ever.

  32. pete says:

    YES! Simply excellent phrase!!

  33. Michael Chandler says:

    Does it bother you that you will not get noticed because your not on FACEBOOK yet! It’s time.

  34. Fitz says:

    It really is remarkable!

  35. meagain says:

    God Bless your ability, where do I begin? How did this one happen?

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