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Thread: Out of Chaos Comes... [Alternate Version also added]

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    Out of Chaos Comes... [Alternate Version also added]

    I had to call it something. Hope you enjoy. Comments and commentary welcomed.
    • 100% AR3
    • Airbrush, Ink Pen, Gloop Pen, Tube Paint, Glitter, Custom Made Stickers, Knife, Eraser. No Filters.
    • Visual effects are better observed blowing up full screen and viewing from a distance.
    EDIT: An alternate version is now included at Post #14 below.
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    Last edited by byroncallas; 01-08-2010 at 06:41 AM.
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    Byron

    Why does this piece make me hunger for candy?
    Subliminalism at it's finest sir

    Mike
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    Picaso, Sandy: thanks a bunch. I get the feeling maybe I better rename this "Candy Canes and Chaos" instead.
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    Byron, I don't know how you do these, but they are quite wonderful. Gazing at your paintings is like seeing a magic show. Thumbs up!

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    Byron... I see you were able to break away from the addictive red spot theme and return to the "How-in-the-world-does-he-do-that" theme. There is always so much that runs through my little brain when I look at one of your paintings. First and foremost - The art itself as a whole (in this piece and others) is just down right beautiful and full of life and color. Then there is that ever so calculated composition that makes my eye's stick to it! Then there is that... How did he do that aspect. On a lot of art (here) I feel I have a pretty good eye for what tool was used or if a ruler or a stencil or a stamp was used but with your work... you got me! Does he add all that shadow and light? is that an effect or a filter? It's a mystery to me but that's what I like about it! You are a genius both artistically and technically! Once again, Bravo my friend and... How do you do that?
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    I see mop strands, tableware, and the stuff that sticks to them. Oh wait ... wrong thread.
    Byron, you put the Pro in prolific. I can't keep up. Suffice it to say that I remain a huge fan.

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    I cannot say it any better than Sketchism did. But I agree with him 100%.
    Absolutely Stellar! I would hate to show you what I have been spending hours on tonight after looking at this marvel! But you can't hit a home run every time you are up to bat. But this one you knocked out of the park! Way to go Byron! The colors and the depth of this one....wheww! Great job!
    Last edited by Rob in Denver; 01-07-2010 at 07:38 PM.
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    Very interesting. Neat work.
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    Uh, don't quote me on this but, the painting reminds me of hard candy stix. mmm
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