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Thread: Copper-Tone and some past revisited Myths

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    Copper-Tone and some past revisited Myths

    Along with this new funny one, where I started using a couple of stickers for the close range bush and grass (I overpainted too appropriately), considering some expressed interest in Mythology, I added a sheet with some long time ago paintings on the subject I interpreted somehow differently from the traditionally narrated version.

    They're all imaginary paintings (of course).

    I hope You will like them and find them not particularly "undelicate".
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    Thats a great painting, and rather inspirational

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    Regarding the first one, wow, what an odd couple! this looks like an interesting erotic comic book story. And, in the first image, the sintorius (not sure of the spelling or the word) kinda looks like a soul brother
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    Caesar, that is just so good. I am learning...

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    Great job, as usual.

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    Fantastic work as Always dear Cesare

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    Oh, how you entertain us all so, Caesar....in more ways than one I might add!!! I had a good giggle over this thread especially with some of the other members' comments (Evart's "soul brother" comment almost put me to the floor!!!)!

    You are the master when it comes to the Mythology paintings! The only problem I had was the that on the first painting the shrubbery was blocking my view! Oh, that's right, it'd have to go in the After 9 thread if it wasn't there, right?

    Just wonderful, Caesar!!!

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    Very good paintings,Ceasare,especially the first one...oh... i am not allowed to look for two long...eh...i might get blind...

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    LOL...Caesar, you're just so incredible on this type of art and what a good collection again to show all your previous paintings. But I really like this new one. The color and brush strokes on the grasses and bushes are so beautiful painted. Of course, the characters are always great.

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    Ave Caesar,
    It's just so good to see all those paintings! I love mythology (even tho I might not have read too much of it) and love the whole Pan concept! So this is too good!
    May I make a suggestion?
    How about a 'non-censored' version for the after9?
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