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    paintrollerrageous

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    100% AR3 - Paint Roller Only - no filters.
    Better viewed blown up full screen standing back from your monitor.
    A fun exercise with the versatile paint roller, hope you enjoy.
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    Excellent abstract! Very suggestive. Colors are nice too.
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    It reminds me a bit of a crazy colorful city full of skyscrapers. Very fun to see,
    and off it goes to my favorites collection. Really nice Byron!
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    Wow. The big city writ small.

    A Boston Pops performance with the guest singer being maybe Tracy Chapman or Stevie Nicks or Bruce Springsteen something. It's a contrast of tones of voice.

    Or as a non objective abstract design, it has a nice peppery tooth to the mechanical rollers. The dry brush done in roller is quite cool. I also appreciate that you are playing with intensity of color, making it a bit more sophisticated. Speaks to a few steps beyond pure uniformly saturated primary colors. Rather than dealing exclusively in the symbolic concept of colors in their essential form, it's individuating, a few steps away from the center of the big bang.

    More of an "I am, therefore I think." as opposed to the other way round.

    No comment on worth. Just observing and reflecting your process as well as can be done from this remote workstation. Great ride, by the way.
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    Wow what a wonderful cityscape Byron it really pops out of the screen. Great
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by byroncallas View Post
    paintrollerrageous
    100% AR3 - Paint Roller Only - no filters.
    Better viewed blown up full screen standing back from your monitor.
    A fun exercise with the versatile paint roller, hope you enjoy.
    Look nice on my wall that
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    Byron this is so cool, I love it.
    Valerie

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    I know better than to comment right away on your images. I have been going back and forth this morning looking at this and every time I do I see something new that I didn't notice the time before. It does sing as a cityscape at first glance but then I notice an almost repeating pattern of color throughout that gives it a great balance. The depth perception with big and small is taken to the next level by tilting and turning the axis of the verticals as they get smaller. Great effect and it's playing with my brain a bit. . I like this and I will probably continue to notice more as the day goes on! (and as my coffee starts working)
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    Byron, beautiful painting, Sketch is right, we do not get tired of looking!!! The color combination is almost magnetic. Congratulations.

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