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Agricultural Tribal Portraits
This Eugene Sheeleen 'African God' Illustration Fuses Elements


By: Emily Evans (Star) Jun 1, 11
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Some of the most captivating illustrations are not necessarily done by hand, but rather they utilize post-production techniques like the ones featured in this Eugene Sheeleen ‘African God’ project. Eugene Sheeleen is the artist behind this tribal masterpiece, and it situated far from Africa in Riga, Latvia. Although Sheeleen may not have an African heritage, his most recent project still feels both imaginative and authentic.

This Eugene Sheeleen ‘African God’ illustration has an imaginative take on tribal fashion and photoshopping. By starting out with a some-what basic image, Sheeleen adds in intricate details during each phase of the photoshopping process. Images of the world and its lush landscapes, oceans, rivers and even giraffes are all incorporated into this fantastical Eugene Sheeleen ‘African God’ illustration.



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