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Thread: orbit breakthrough (2nd version)

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    orbit breakthrough (2nd version)

    Did this quick abstract before sleep for relaxing. AR3 100% .It has been a busy week and I knew I missed lots of great paintings.

    edit: 2nd version about the bird came out from the peeling wall
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    Last edited by pai; 01-04-2010 at 06:46 PM.

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    Thats wonderful Pai, I love the colours. Its so inventive.
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    Pai, it's beautiful and a jumble of elegance. You look like you really let yourself go into it - bold, without reservation. It's a terrific exploration and wonderful explosion of lines, forms, textures, colors, light, gradations, blends and playful imaginings. I love it.
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    Great looking abstract!
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    Wow Pai this is wonderful,
    Valerie

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    Great abstract. Absolutely beautiful !!

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    Thanks so much katie, byron, Evart, Alexandra, Valerie and Belvrog for all these wonderful compliments.

    @Byron, you are amazing, how do you know? glad you saw it how I put myself interact with the tools, like connection..quite interesting and good feel of doing this one....there're few ways to look at it, (see if from far) try look from the right side view and from bottom up..hope you can see that 3D effect i tried to do...wallpapers and paints are peeling off, there is a bird grabs a fish with it's peak...and it's wings evolves from the wall to it's body...

    it's another way of interpreting a transformation..


    p.s. ok back to work from my break...

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    Looks wonderful Pai... parts of it remind me of frosted and shattered glass
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    Quote Originally Posted by pai View Post
    @Byron, you are amazing, how do you know? glad you saw it how I put myself interact with the tools, like connection..quite interesting and good feel of doing this one....there're few ways to look at it, (see if from far) try look from the right side view and from bottom up..hope you can see that 3D effect i tried to do...wallpapers and paints are peeling off, there is a bird grabs a fish with it's peak...and it's wings evolves from the wall to it's body...
    it's another way of interpreting a transformation...
    PIA: Big smiles. It's all there in the painting for any who engage your painting and imagine being you, imagining what you are seeing as you make new choices with each new stroke born from all the strokes that came before. Many of your paintings invite that kind of engagement from the viewer. This one is a really good example. I love your description above, putting the experience of your creative engagement with the painting tools, digital canvas and your personal, evolving vision into words.
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