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Thread: The Serpent and the Hen

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    The Serpent and the Hen

    Aunt Betsy's experiments with the metallics inspired me to have a go at a metallic abstract.
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    Wow, I love the texture. Looks just like gold. Awesome!
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    Beautiful Fashmir.. would love it as a metal piece for my home. Textures are so tangible and tempt me to want to touch.
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    Yeh..Fashmir, the first abstract and it's metalic i see from you. This one reminds me the Egyptian metalic gold paint art.

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    Excellent work! I am amazed at the shining metal look of this but also the design is so nice. Wonderous.
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    Thanks for the comments my friends. I just love what a manifold tool ArtRage has become. I have not even begun to tap its potential.


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    From the tutorials, I know the process to did this... On the other hand, I have no idea how you did this!...lol! Stunning Fashmir! A wonderful abstract design and the gold is amazing!
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    Fashmir, I like the look of this. The brilliance is amazing. It looks as if it is an artifact from another time or place.
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    This is just one of the coolest metallic abstract paintings in this forum, Fashmir! It is over the top for me in every way! Excellent job and please......experiment more with this technique...it's just wonderful!!!

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    Beautiful metal work! Very convincing.

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