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Spock Pastel - Spock - The Pain Of Loss by Liz Molnar

Spock - The Pain Of Loss is a pastel by Liz Molnar which was uploaded on April 30th, 2012.

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I just can't keep my eyes off of the eyes rendition and the skin ..look so real ! You definately have capture his spirit, his yes and his pose seems to want to say ." Beem me up Scotty" lol!

Liz Molnar replied:

Thank you so much dear Danielle for the kind words! (and sorry for the late answer!) I have the same "problem" with this portrait :) It seems it has mesmerizing effect somehow: I also couldn't keep my eyes off of it, so I had to remove the original from my wall. Probably my husband wasn't happy about I stare an other man's face all the time, even he is an alien :) LLAP!

ohhhhhhh wow I am in speechless ..that is so well executed! Liz you are a master !!!

V/F - simply fantastic!

Liz Molnar replied:

Thank you John!

This is an excellent piece of work, Liz. I'm so surprised that there aren't more comments on it. Vote. Congrats on your Second Place contest win. :)

Liz Molnar replied:

Thank you Kris, I'm happy you like it, although it's just a fan art. No wonder that I usually don't have too much comments: I'm not so talented for self-promoting :)