Hi my friends! My name is Marcel Caram. I am a digital artist and I live in Brazil.


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I create digital drawings in Photoshop. Many people ask me if I use some 3D programs. I answer no. I use only Photoshop.

I like to draw and I always liked surrealism since I was kid. The surrealism masters as Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and De Chirico have always caught my attention. The influence of them in some of my works is evident, more specifically Dalí's. Many people want to know how my inspiration comes. I say that many things can inspire me. An object beside me or a scene that I see happening can inspire me. In fact, I think that anything can be an inspiration for the surreal but the most important thing is the feeling. I hope you'll all enjoy. Thank you.

More info: flickr.com

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David Howland 2 months ago

This is deep, I can't stop thinking about this painting.

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Sophikins 2 months ago

<3 <3 <3

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David Howland 2 months ago

I like it a lot.

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David Howland 2 months ago

Trippy.

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Lisa Cha 2 months ago

"The key to a guy's heart is through his penis".

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Chippy Gangjee 2 months ago

Love the fact that there is No distortion of the landscape though the Glass.

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Kirsten Preston 2 months ago

Reminds me of my younger days ;-)

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Edz Ferrer 2 months ago

Bright idea/s!

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Sophikins 2 months ago

love this one

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Lilya 2 months ago

Sorry chippy, but no lazy, old pandas are allowed on, sorry! ;)

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Chippy Gangjee 2 months ago

Excellent composition/work!

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Amanda Webster 2 months ago

I especially like the sky, and the way it seems like the earth is casting 'shade' off of the clouds and vice versa. All of your work is really beautiful. And even though it's similar to Salvador Dali it's still very unique and requires it's own interpretation. So far #s 2, 6, and 11 are my favorites, but it looks like I still have alot more to see! Do your pictures have titles, or are the #s always the same in representing your artwork (rather than randomly at this time on this site)?

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Sophikins 2 months ago

whhaaatt w woooowwwwwww

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Aki Ollikainen 2 months ago

Woww <3