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Thread: The Totem

  1. #1
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    The Totem

    Mostly AR3 chalks, oils, pencils etc.. and a little Painter 11. Working on developing a shallow 3d look and lots and lots of colors... ( really can't help myself...) hope you all enjoy
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    I like it! It's fun, colorful, and unique! And I really like the 3d effect.

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    I would say that you achieved what you set out to do...
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    We do enjoy as we really feel You enjoyed painting it! Maybe also a lesson to keep at distance from modern idols and everytime involving vanities ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I like your work.

    I met on facebook with one artist, he draws about the same style.
    I called this style for myself - a "child-Indian" (sorry )
    Of course, I tried this technique: -It is not so easy!
    But my virtual friend paints lounges, restaurants and just a canvas,
    many times he invited me to show.
    choosing the words, we lose thoughts
    facebook, B, tumblr

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    i liked a lot

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    A wonderful wild and colourful placement of shapes and textures

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    Thanks everyone for the nice comments. and Mike no offense with your name... Child and Indian....couldn't be more pleased.

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    "lots and lots of colours" - ... and there's even black and white
    I like this painting

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