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    Twirlies

    So sorry... I could not think of a better name.
    Playing around with the ink pen this time. Thought it was a cool design.
    Do not look at it too long though...
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    I like this a lot Sandy and think it could be taken further to become an excellent piece of artwork. I see a figure running through the maze of twirls in a bright contracting colour. Oh hey my mind is running riot with this one and ideas really rolling but that just me, you know what an imagination I have lol but I really do like this one
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Agree with your warning Sandra
    my head twirls and turns and runs
    Very cool painting
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    Sandy I love the super-graphic quality to this.. a simple line morphed into a great art piece...really nice... i could see it as black/gray/white on blue or red or yellow background... awesome really..

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    Katie, you go girl! Take it and run if you wish!
    I can just imagine the beautiful figures of either fairies, divers, mermaids, or lovely dancers that you would harmonize and balance this wild design!
    Thanks!

    Haha, Thanks dearest Silvy!

    Hi Gary, thank you! I had other colors in the beginning, but did not know if it was too much or not. Here is a sample of what I had.
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    I like!...

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    Great stuff Sandy!

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    I can see this on a wall in a home displayed in Architectural Digest! Can't imagine how you do this.....But for me personally, I might have to take a Dramamine before looking at too long, LOL.

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    Thanks so much for your kind comments dear mates! I really appreciate them!

    Shibui,How kind of you, many thanks!
    I used the pen with the tapered edge and I duplicated and adjusted the color settings combining and duplicating until I was satisfied with the thickness. I played with the settings of each layer also until I was happy with the effects.
    Give it a try-but take the dramamine first! haha!

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    Jeeeeeeze Alex too early brain is screaming

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