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    Playing with the pallet knife

    Here's a quick one I did to try and get a better feel for the pallet knife
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    Wow this is terrific, nice work
    Valerie

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    Intersting image. She looks like she is underwater. I have experimented with the blur settings similar to this for focal backgrounds and such in some of my paintings. The knife in AR3 is a powerful tool to get to know! Well done Al!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    A beautiful colorful painting
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    Congrats! Great evocative power in Your almost primary-only palette!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Congrats! Great evocative power in Your almost primary-only palette!
    Thanks Caesar -- for some reason your comment reminded me of a story.

    When Punk Rock music first appeared a reporter complained to Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols that unlike most other accomplished rock musicians, their music contained only three chords.

    Rotten responded "Their all looking for the chords we already found!"

    Speaking of chords, if you plot the 12 musical tones to the 12 Primary, Secondary and Tertiary hues on the color wheel, yellow/red/blue spell out C/E/G# -- an augmented chord. The brightest chord with the highest musical energy.

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    Miles sometimes played only a few notes. Very nice AL

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    Thanks Valarie, Sandra, Sketch, Evart, and Oriane. I really appreciate your kind words. Pallet knives, real or digital, are quite unfamiliar to me.

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    alkratzer,My friends,Your gun well, it conveys the idea of your drawing, I think you did it.

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