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Thread: Artifact For Framing

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    Artifact For Framing

    100% AR3. An artifact from another project seems to have found its own home. The effect is much stronger if you blow up full screen and stand back a few feet. Hope you enjoy.
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    Last edited by byroncallas; 02-28-2011 at 05:15 AM.
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    That's COOL! It is almost more of a sculpture than a painting, the 3D effect is eye popping! I can hear the crowd gathering in the streets shouting "TU-TOR-IAL, TU-TOR-IAL"! Another amazing piece Byron and I'm sure it's going to keep many people busy trying to figure this one out!
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    That's really cool!

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    It is wonderful to spot these compositions within compositions isn't it? I think this would also work as a minimalist piece also.

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    Albert, Eddie, Muir, thanks a bunch. Appreciate the cheers.
    I've uploaded a different file; somehow I had uploaded one that had a botched layer that shows up badly in the jpg, so I removed it. Thanks again. And Eddie, thanks for the tut push...if I can just find some time.....

    Albert, where did your Avatar go????
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    It's my new generic look. Much more aesthetic.

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    That's fantastic Byron. Love they way you use color and thick paint here. Absolutely beautiful.

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    Albert - Maybe it's your white canvas phase???
    Belvrog - much thanks and thanks for dropping by too.
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    The show must go on! What a great invention, dear Byron. Your works get more and more creative and surprising.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Brilliant Byron. Amazing technique and beautiful colors.

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