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    a clam

    I had fun with the airbrush
    looks like a clam, doesn't it?
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    HI deffinily a German Clam Msie

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    Odd but intriguing beautiful
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    MSIE this is a very beautiful form, that for me evokes some emerging life form, folding in on itself. the airbrush work is great. I love the volume of the forms and subtle colors...

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    thanks everyone for your comments

    Eighty+, I'm still trying to figure out why this would be a "german" clam? please enlighten me!

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    I see a little bit of another sea creature in this creation. One in particular, an Octopus tentacle, as well as muscles. Interesting piece. Good job.
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    What a marvellous style made of pure colors and light! Excellent!
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    thank you Evart and Caesar

    Evart, the "octopus" somehow emerged on its own .. as it was bedtime for me, I had to stop painting - and I only noticed the resemblance after looking at the picture the next day
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    Very mystical painting and I can see this being incorporated into a large fantasy painting, well done
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