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    abstracts by screenpainter

    the time has come to take these out of the drawers.
    I am starting a new thread of abstract work and my experiments with artrage that I heretofore have not shown.
    and do some more along the way. I hope you will like.


    this one is mainly three of the stickers I made. triangles, mango and sage and one called anemone.... a flower sticker.
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    Mister Paint Blues

    used some brushes by Mister Paint for this one called Crazy Art brushes.
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    antibiotic 2

    inspired by a recent illness I still managed to dabble about. the white dots are a sticker I made called apple dots.
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    neurons

    Picasso had his Blue period. I had my Flu period. here I used a sticker called loaded brush that I made and one called circle string I made and of course my lightening brush. along with some various splats.
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    crazy threads

    using Mr. Paint's Crazy Art Brushes 2
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    exuberance

    changed the name of this one because it has a kind of creative explosion that energizes me. I actually like this one. I am finally starting to feel well when I painted this one. more positive... maybe it shows. ha ha.

    once again I used a brush called loaded brush and also one I made called cracks. some light touches of a brush called fan brush that I made and a pencil setting I came up with called colored pencil. the original canvas was one of Juz's papers in blue with some tooth. then I used a chalk preset I have that is a large chalk with light texture called big tex and I went over the whole thing to start with to make the texture in the background. makes a background in a matter of seconds. the black is ink pen.
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    Thanks Sandy. I thought these might be right up the street you live. I do think those brushes have been highly overlooked for the purpose of modern art and experimentation yes.

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    I like very much these new experiments.
    The first one overall: makes me think of a picture I have seen done with the spread that you get tempering a colored pencil.
    Don't remember the author.
    Hope to see more
    Silvia Bandini

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    Intriguing odyssey. There was an old movie called Fantastic Voyage (which I never saw in its entirety owing to catching bits on TV). The characters were shrunk down along with their submarine vehicle, and inserted into a human body to go fix something (probably). I only remember it because of an exhibit of some of the sets that they made to simulate being inside body tissue and so on. The scale of me as a boy walking into a body was kinda cool.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060397/

    These have that kind of feeling, like chambers that grew owing to an organic biological function. Only this is more voyaging into the artist's brain.

    I think it's very cool stuff.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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