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    struck by inspiration ...

    I had fun with the gloop pen after reading this thread --> http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=33828

    I was using different tools like watercolor, sticker spray, even oil paint and that's how it looks like (see attachment).

    I hope you like it! ... usually my "paintings" end up as unfinished .ptg files taking up a lot of space on my hard disk
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    I love it. Much like big graffiti on some urban wall!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    thank you Caesar

    I'd like to see such graffiti "art" on public walls rather than those ugly nasty signs which are everywhere
    but I think it would take too long for the graffiti artist to spray this - look at the details .. he would get caught unless he gets this done in a much shorter time than me


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    hi Msie thanks for the thread it was good but I can't understand french so I'll have to just stick to sketching otherwise I'll be Bouncing on my Head OK

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    Msie, very nice, if you export your paintings to Jpeg they will not take up all that space on your hard drive, after you export them you can delete all the .ptg files...I do this all the time as soon as my painting is finished

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    ... as soon as my painting is finished

    hehe thanks Pat, the problem isn't lack of disk space, but lack of time and/or mood to actually "finish" a painting

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    Great colours and style Msie, looking forward to seeing more
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    MSIE....oh okay, I hope we see more of your painting

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