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    Tiger - Psychedelic

    Hi,

    Just tried the gloop pen and ink pen on this colorful tiger. Several ref. pictures were used.

    There is an old tale in Asia that if a tiger becomes old and eats human for he is too old to hunt other fast-moving creatures, he becomes "Saming Tiger" who can change bodies to fool the human. This multi-colored came from the tale. Just every hunter's story says those things, ones never know until ones see them, I presume.

    Any comment and advice is appreciated.
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    Jasminek,
    A most striking abstract of a mythical creature. The artistry, design
    and bold palette choices defines a powerful energy not to be ignored.
    A captivating creation and well painted piece!
    Mairzie Dotes

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    Wonderful painting here. It's all the tiger details and bold colors that keep me staring and appreciating your work and we get a story to go with. Very cool~!

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    Wow, Jasmine what beautiful colors and texture, you picked the perfect canvas for this painting, well done

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    Thank you to you all.

    Mairzie - Really appreciate you seeing the energy I tried to display, thanks
    so much.

    Alexandra - I thank you, I had fun on those colors.

    Magen - So glad you like the colors, I was wondering that I overdid, your comment helps me, thank you again.

    Pat, the texture is from metallic, my first time. Thanks for your kind words.

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    What a tale and wonderfully illustrated,Jasmine.

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    scary story and well illustrated!

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    I am totally fascinated by this one Jasmine, Its brilliant
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    You made us inquisitive both with story as well as the picture! Nice!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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