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Thread: Echos from O-11

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    Echos from O-11

    using Juz's Oil brushes..among other things... I found this as my take on a space painting.. space is not black but filled with light and filaments of matter.
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    I think You will wonderfully illustrate next popular work on cosmology! Fine vision of intergalactic space and it's lively emptiness!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar.. I can always count on you for a comment and support.. thanks my friend... this is better at full size 29" x 12" hard to see much at a small scale... Kinda of torn between creating something that works for the web and using sizes that will print well...

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    Very nice concept, GX.

    I particularly like the idea of space being filled with illumination. . .

    and this is like a particularly fluid blackboard seeking solidity whereupon the burden of proof is zinged through the physics community like a juggernaut.

    The concept of echoes is in that many are looking for precedents of accepted ideas upon which to stabilize it. So the notion of repetition in 'Echoes' would infer that scientific types are looking for the next step in that which is accepted rather than if you hadn't called it 'Echoes' where there are those seeking a whole new paradigm shift it might be called 'Break' or something.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Space fog, AKA diamond dust....just before the Aeon gallaxy.
    I like it Gary, another great one!

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    D Akey and Alexandra.... so glad you like my space fog....decided to try a few with the 3:1 ratio to get panorama style images... and space theme is good for that...

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    I am always attracted to paintings with many colors. Love this one!

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    interesting form and textures and complicity. to me it immediately spoke of a dragon. weird huh.

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    I tend to avoid abstracts but you may make me a convert yet.
    I have seen many you did that I liked.

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    Have to agree with what EB wrote. Think you'll convert me too!

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