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Thread: First Step

  1. #1
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    First Step

    I didn't appreciate abstract art until I saw some of the stuff on the forms so i decided to give it a shot. The great thing about abstract art is that a badly done job can simply be seen as an original art style
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    It's a beginning. I never noticed it before but it looks like Europe and the Middle East is getting ready to grab hold of Africa.
    Really. It is nice.

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    This looks quite good
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    Self portrait? It's about the right shape, and the hair works... Gotta love how you planted the Middle East right in the middle as it's name requires. =D
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    Great start, lets see more and more. Well done
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    Like it, very good.

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    Respectable piece. Good job.
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    Ah very nice. Would like to see more.
    Valerie

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