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Thread: Industrial - 24/7 - 3 (third painting).

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    Industrial - 24/7 - 3 (third painting).

    hello there everyone..., this is my third painting i did for the series "Industrial - 24/7", that im working on. here, i take u inside and have portrayed the tough life of industrial workes. everday incidents and mishaps like, the blast, flying sparks and sparking wires, is what they face normaly, like part of their work.
    take it as my tribute to all those workers.
    painted in artrage, using tablet. self-visualised and composed.
    will be sharing more from the series soon....

    thanks for watching...cheers all.
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    waheednasir.
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    i can feel the heat, good composition
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    Waheed, you blow me away with every composition I see of yours!

    You truly are an incredible talent! By the way I loved your apple as well. Please keep posting your wonderful work, it is a real treat for us all!
    Meow....

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    Very dynamic Waheed..I believe in the heat of the molten metal it really seems to flow in the way you've captured it


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    Stunning stuff. You are such the Master of light and shadow. You put so much power and expression into every thing you do. Wonderful stuff.
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    Wow...I just....WOW!!!

    I know you hear it all the time but you really impress me with your ability to express emotion through your work.
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    thank u...

    ENCHANTER, KittyCat, AndyRage and Rkngel...always appreciate your kind comments...thank u very much for your time and for admiring this....

    good day.
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    waheednasir.
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    :shock: you can handle humans too...great work!

    one little crit: some of the splashes goes in a wrong direction, they should have a clearer center and not only one color... ops: :wink:

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    thank u.

    many thanks maror for liking it.... i do agree about those sparks, just didnt put much attention to them, very rapidly done for mere impression. i appreciate the input...thanks....

    cheers.
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    waheednasir.
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    Waheednasir,
    Each one of your paintings I've seen conveys wonderful prismatic images of color & light.
    This is a nice tribute to the men that work in such harsh environments.
    I've often wondered HOW they keep hydrated while working... also, to be in that enviornment for such long periods of time without collapsing is simply ~Amazing! They are deserving of dignity & Respect for their skill & work.

    Kind Regards,
    Florida Girl 8)

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