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Thread: I Spy the Pink Pearl

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    Alexandra I like this, and I like the colors you used. Very interesting.
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    Excellent underwater scene Alexandra coral, crabs, seahorses, fish. Love the colour choices
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    I agree, the colors are fantastic in this and very complimentary! Not the average colors that come to mind for a seascape (that's what I like about it). Extremely effective and very well painted!
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    Lovely color together,Alexandra, and i too spy the pearl...

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    What a strange and wondrous tactile fractal reef, filled with denizens and crisscrossing creatures challenging the seeker in quest for the pearl of great price. . . You go girlfriend!
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    It's another surprising marvel, dear Sandra, and You seem to have absorbed or have incorporated elements apparently influenced by Speggie's style. Curious and intriguing thought ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    hi Alexandra

    wow wonderful scene of the sea loved
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    Valerie, Thank you. I appreciate your nice comments.

    Juz, Thank you. I love earthy tones with a splash of bold blues.

    Eddie, I am so happy that you liked it. You know, the crabs I drew at the last moment using watercolor brush with no liquid. It doesn't exactly balance, but I thought it would add a little fun to the spy picture, kind of cartoon mixed with other media.

    AT, Thank you!

    D-Akey, Thank you very much for your kind comments Sir!

    Cesare, Thank you. You know I drew very much like Speggie in high school. I don't have his skill, but it was very close as far as the faces merging with different faces and objects. I used to decorate my book covers and some of my work was framed on the school walls during my last few years. My parents found some of it disturbing, so I didn't make it anymore. haha. They just didn't understand it. I was just having fun with different faces, expressions, and objects. Now, I am trying to get back into my own style and enjoy art again. Artrage has helped me to do that.

    Sabena, I am so happy that you liked it, Thanks!
    Last edited by Alexandra; 02-20-2010 at 01:06 AM. Reason: left out a word

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    WOW Sandra this is great I love the colours
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