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Thread: Old Garage

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    Old Garage

    Wanted to experiment a little more with wc and pen
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    It's nice to see how the yellow car stands out against the grey background. Nice painting.

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    Pat... interesting work.. the tiny bit of color in the old truck against the gray monochrome... nicely painted...

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    This is a great little piece
    Mbrienza

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    Nicely done

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    Oh Pat! I love the variety of marks as you have divided up the picture!!!!!!!!
    The variety makes for a very interesting interplay among the bits. This speaks to me of textures -- something I also associate with older buildings, the ones kept up or weathered both have that character.

    The introduction of that little bit of red is a nice touch. You could even hit it harder if you wanted. But this is subtle and that also a good choice.

    Really nice work on this one overall. In addition, it reads as intended, clear what's going on. Brava!!!!!!!!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    ... a really fascinating style to make buildings look like boxes with a variety of greys and lines with a toned down color accent for the car. Most interesting and enjoyable.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Nicely done Pat and the pen really gives it some detail.
    Geoff

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    WOW, thankyou all for your wonderful comments, did not expect this response, made me very happy that you all liked it

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    Nice!

    Nice again Pat1940

    Not only did you defeat a great challenge, you also gave it that Photoshop effect by only showing color on one item.. Outstanding!


    By the way, I asked you about how I can aquire a pen..for a mouth... it is very difficult to find here in my small beachtown in SP, Brazil!

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