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Futuristic Paintings by Peter GricPeter Gric born 1968, Brno,...

Futuristic Paintings by Peter Gric

Peter Gric born 1968, Brno, Czechoslovakia is Austrian painter, drawer and illustrator. In his art appear motives of futuristic landscapes and architecture, biomechanical surrealism and fantastic realism. Gric’s painting are technically precise. He uses oil paint, acrylic paint, or combinations thereof. He also uses airbrushes. Most of his work he designs in graphic software and the more complex pieces, he models in 3D software / via wikipedia.

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