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    GZ paintings with ar3

    I had fun playing with the different tools... gloop is cool. This is watercolor and oil together.
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    Last edited by screenpainter; 12-14-2009 at 02:47 PM.

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    this one supposed to be Bowie.
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    autumn in the park

    messing with the crayon and chalk together and a touch of watercolor too.
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    As always, great work my friend...
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    men as trees

    this one chalks
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    Thanks Susan! Usually a bit different anyway.
    Here's my Pollock with the gloop tool.
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    narrows

    Thanks Rose,

    an abstract one:
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    These are very lovely paintings ; creative; expressive; colorful. What a nice collection of work.

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    Thanks Byron.
    Thanks Ann.

    a couple more doodles:
    the vase is a combo of oil and watercolor. and the fishies are wc and using the wet blender in back to get a wet on wet effect
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    Last edited by screenpainter; 12-06-2009 at 11:43 PM.

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    I really like you portraits, their not exact, their artistic, that's what i like about them most, you don't head for the photo look finish, you put lots of mood and emotion into your works and try to draw the viewer into your paintings
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