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Thread: The Deep End

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    The Deep End

    This is quite an unusual painting.....but I like it.
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    Yes I like the luminous gleam to it! Is that your logo bottom right?
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    Thanks Iceaxe......yes, that's my logo...(signature).

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    I like it. Love the color choice and how you made the textures into those shapes.

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    I like this very much. The colours and textures are wonderful
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    Thanks pai and Katie. I find this painting looks better at a distance.

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    Another fantastic one Albert! The colors and design are stunning!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Striking, I like the shimmering colors and textures.
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    Thanks Sketchism and elfme.

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    Albert...this is just beautiful and I love it! With the red being the main color in this abstract, it really makes everything else stand out and be noticed. Great job!

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