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    Hidden Seeds

    I used Alberts ( screenpainter ) great oil brushes for a good part of this...thanks GZ ...love those brushes.
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    Love it!
    It reminders me of an Mauritian artist I very much admire named Chazal
    http://www.michelfillion.com/oeuvres...artiste=CHAZAL

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    Rowena.. I checked out Chazal, I was amazed to know he lived in late 1700's, I love his style and colors... they do have a resemblance to some of my works for sure. thanks for that

    Sandy.. glad you stopped by... and left a little note... thanks

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    Very cool effects Gary reminds me a bit of when I did some Lino block printing years ago.Great work with GZ brushes!

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    Scott. thanks yes I like the lino block effect... black outlines kind of stuck on it... for awhile atleast.. I found that by turning a color into black and white and adjusting the hue/sat to get more whites and fewer grays and then painting in more white and black to trim down and shape the line and then using multiply mode you can get that effect.. kind of fun to see what happens with you do that.

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    Your new evolution looks very interesting and as a more pop-art graphical accent. Excellent one!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I like it very much
    Silvia Bandini

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    What a kaleidoscope of art you have been making. This one is very polished. Excellent use of the motifs you're working with.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Your new evolution looks very interesting and as a more pop-art graphical accent. Excellent one!
    Thanks Caesar...I like the bright flat colors used in pop-art.. will have to revisit some of those practitioners..

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    What a kaleidoscope of art you have been making. This one is very polished. Excellent use of the motifs you're working with.
    Thanks D Akey...taking a hint from you about creative cropping... to sort of zoom in on the density of some of my earlier works as its own work..

    Quote Originally Posted by silvy View Post
    I like it very much
    Thanks silvy always nice to get your comments..
    Last edited by gxhpainter2; 02-10-2012 at 05:39 AM.

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