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Thread: Little Nemo in Slumberland

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    Little Nemo in Slumberland

    I was working on this color abstract and i was trying to figure out where to take it, and nothing came to mind. Then it hit me, the background reminded me of a dreamlike state.

    The rest is history, i took a page from the classic comic and put it on a seperate layer and erased the page around Nemo.

    Neato effect i thought

    Mike

    P.S.

    Does anyone use the word "neato" anymore?
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    Mbrienza

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    It is a perfect background for the concept, I think. It conveys the idea to a child that it's OK to enter a "dream state". It can be a place of happy, primary colors.

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    As a cartoonist, Slumberland fan and lover of the kinds of colors you're using here, this painting really does it for me. Great, great great!

    Al

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    OH BOY NEATO! no, this is really neato. I love multicolored paintings
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    Those are some dream colors!!!
    Makes me wish my dreams were so colorful
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    Spectacular and nice revival of an old, great comics character!
    What "neato" stands for? I'm aethymologically curious because it looks and sounds as some distorted spelling of a word from another language than English.
    Last edited by Caesar; 01-28-2010 at 10:41 PM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    A most excellent painting.

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    This instantly reminded me of the Disney film Bedknobs and broomsticks
    A great painting

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    Wow I love it Picaso. The backgroud is terrific and provokes the imagination. Great job
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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