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Thread: The Red Lady Warrior

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    The Red Lady Warrior

    Thanks Cesare I am having fun with this one, hope you enjoy what I did with the silhouette
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    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Love it and what a great idea to see her from behind! I'm so proud to have somehow ignited Your creativity and art once more!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Awwwwwwwwww thanks Cesare, happy you enjoyed this one and I dont think it will be the last. I can see lots more can be painted from this silhouette
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    Katie..a magnificent interpretation of Caesar's silhouettes..

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    Beautiful work
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    Thanks Sandy, Gary and Amanda for your kind comments, it was a lot of fun doing this
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    This one reminds me of the text, I read by Andrew Loomis in one of his books:

    ...Naturally we cannot see more than half the head at any time. From the standpoint of construction, the half we cannot see is just as important as the visible half. (...) "Be able to draw the unseen ear" means, the head is not drawn until you can feel the unseen side...
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    It's really well thought, complementary idea to Caesar's interesting approach. Well done mate

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    very nice work coops...

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    Katie, great idea and love the dress, super job

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