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    Woo Sheeps

    I'm not sure how this all started but here's another one, there is the germ of a story forming in my head. And a title for the series, The Woo Sheeps. A little more subdued with the colours in this one, plus a new sheep.
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    I agree with Sandy, this is also my favourite and can see this one printed off and looking grand on a wall. Well done Matey
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    Another great one Neal, love the vibrant colors

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    Neil.. yes this is one of the best.. the landscape folding in on itself and the diagonal blues of the sky and especially the new sheep..... really though this are a great set of paintings...

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    Sky of blue. . . sea of green. . . in our mellow. . . framed up theme. . .

    Nice painting. The rolling hills sort of take on the feel of rolling waves which would infer the feeling of the shaky ground they're on.

    Poor lonely ol' bah bah black sheep. Herb Alpert never wrote any songs for the likes of him, now did he then, eh? All the lonely bulls had their day, din'na they? 'Course to hear it they had to have their ears q-tipped out with a right bastard sword.

    'Bout time somebody gave the black sheep their say. . .er, song. . .

    Black sheep singing in the dead of ni-i-i-i-i-i-i-ight. . . nay?. . . Then how about "Love stinks. . ."

    Your title is very fun. "WoooooHooooo?!"

    And I LOVE that tree! In both paintings. Great sort of anchor where it defines the place around which all the action is happening. It's graphically awesome as well.
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    A Very robust construction, powerful
    If I were marooned on a desert island, please air drop me a copy of Artrage 5.0! (Plus a laptop and solar panel)


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    I'm in awe in front of this new marvel.
    Your style seems to approach also that of another most admired by me mate, Vaik4zas.
    I therefore bow in worsheep!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    great, I love it!
    new sheep are always welcome

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