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Thread: Quick, thick, small, knife

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    Quick, thick, small, knife

    I was curious to use thick paint and loaded knife only and knowing of the death of the great painter Lucien Freud, I thought to give the go to this quick test on an essential canvas small sized ...
    The style is rough, but I hope You may find this interesting the same.
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    Very nice rendition...don't you just love the loaded knife feature? I think it was a fantastic addition to our set of tools...
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    Caesar - excellent effort on this I like the cubist style ( necessary when using a knife ) but you achieve remarkable details and colors...

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    Thank You, dear Semd74! I always loved the hard knife, but with this load feature it becomes a terrific tool for quite a number of brushworks and styles!

    Right, dear Albert! The knife with and without this new loading feature, may decisively help in quite a number off styles. Cubist, Futurist/ Constructivist, Plumée, maybe Divisionism, to some extent and some geometrical abstract styles. I think it's worth an exploration by anyone willing to have fun with these styles ... Thank You!
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    Hail O Caesar O Mighty One aaah it's painful ----E/S

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    I like this one very much Cesare and it is quite different for you. It really makes the viewer look closely at the brushstrokes. Well done
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    Spleen, sturm und drang etc.... Thank You, dear 80+ and Katie! I'm in experimental mode again also due to the new version of Artrage.
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    More than interesting...love the Palette.

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    Thank You, dear Gigi! I'll have to test more this sort of pseudo-cubist style ...
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    Interesting, I like it

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