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    Tribal

    more with Juz art papers... great stuff.... this was Modern Dancing but seemed more Tribal when I finished... anyway dancing colors for your enjoyment..
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    may I join the party?
    "modern dancing" or "tribal" - it looks as if they're having fun! I like it

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    MSIE... absolutely! join in the dancing and merriment.. Oktoberfest is upon us!!

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    I would love to join too.... simple but dynamic, sir. :

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    This is what an African Mirò or an Australian native artist would have depicted looking to a village dance in Africa a century ago or so!
    This is among Your best ones according to my personal taste!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I like this one very much Gary, its full of the dance be it modern or tribal.
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Katie.. thanks that is a nice compliment from our senior dance portraitist ( is that a word?? ) anyway someone who knows her stuff...

    Caesar - you really know how to flatter a guy...being compared to my favorite artistic sources.. thanks dear friend.

    Sandy and AT-TA thanks again.... funny it looks to simple but believe me when I say it was very complex and I kept stripping out layers and paring it and manipulating blend modes and transparency down to get to my "simple" dance feeling...

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    How well you use your color wheel to support your theme. It's just within that range of feeling. Key colors harmonizing.
    P.D. Dinkles
    El Jefe Bombero (jubilado)

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    PD thanks friend for your appreciative comments....they are valued greatly...

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