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Thread: Fiat lux - Abstract fun continues ...

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    Fiat lux - Abstract fun continues ...

    Here I just tried to put togerther a huge collection of visual clues I got from my custom brushes/ stickers as a challenge to keep them all together in some sort of harmony and balance.
    With Artrage blending features i applied to one of my colored sheet i declined the basic image in several interesting features. One in particular may be perhaps defined " la Byroncallas" and one " la Ghxpainter" (considering their palette at least), although they're just a poor and partly by chance emulation of their artistry ...
    Guess which ones. Another one may possibly look like Braque went abstract.
    I hope You may enjoy this crazy mess.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 07-19-2011 at 01:20 AM.
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    ... and here's the last one.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar... wow what a fascinating set of images... much like Monet's Haystack series.... I think it is cool how each image has such a different character depending on how you shifted the colors.. different aspects take dominance... far from a mess I find it has a certain static balance, complex yes but kind of a mix of Braque and Kandinsky a rich tapestry of form and line and edge...I am so happy with your experiment and it's result

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    stunning!

    I'd say
    #3 ~ gxhpainter
    #5 ~Braque and
    #6 ~Byroncallas

    I enjoyed looking at all your paintings, very interesting results in shifting colours - I sometimes do that too, but I try to force me to decide on a single variation

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    Thank You very much, dear Gary! Apart from some sort driving visual set of neurons I might have grown, I obviously stumbled in a few happy accidents too and only selected some convincing enough path and happy ending ...

    You're right on all, dear MSIE, emulations and also refraining from any wide range of versions. Actually I could have limited myself to only the three You spotted (and I just erased three more variants), but I had to mix a little bit cards for the quiz ... Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Dear Caesar, a wondrous compliment of shapes, textures, design and placement

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    very interesting compilation of paintings dear Cesare
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    Wow Caesar! This is something great!
    At first I thought it was food on display in abstract form but upon closer inspection, no food involved! I suppose the circle looks like a radish slice to me and thus the preconceived notion.
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    You must have such fun, Caesar, lovely shapes, colors and effects. Beautiful.:-)

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