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Thread: Learning from Norman Rockwell (with abstract alone on second page)

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    Learning from Norman Rockwell (with abstract alone on second page)

    I independently had the same reference master than Pat here, an inspiration recently ignited by Eighty+.
    I obviously didn't select a romantic one though and I would have rather painted the funny one entitled Framed if I only had found a decent picture of it on the web ...
    I didn't push with size and layers (also for limited PC power) to get a boringly longer and perfect copy, neither I traced it. I got a great lesson anyway I enjoyed.
    I hope You like it.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 03-15-2012 at 04:54 AM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Hail O Caesar O Mighty One Looks Fab I haven't seen that one before

    not in my little book , I might do some more later but at the moment

    I've gone bonker's on our Chinese friend Zhang ok SLAINTE

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    hahaha i like this!

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    Thank You, O Old Artrage Painters Patriarch! I guess Zhang is our "quickbrush" Zang in here (I presume Zhang is the surame of about a million painter in China). Are You following some sort of course by him? I'd like too ... Since You speak perfectly Italian, but You write it a little less perfectly , after decripting our greetings, I wouild provide herein the common spelling: CIAO and SALUTI ...

    Right, dear Margi. Norman Rockwell did have a quite fine sense of humour. Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Hail O Caesar O Mighty One Ha Ha Ha. S LAINTE. Is Irish meaning good

    Health as I was told ? I hope they wer'nt pulling my leg. . Chio

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    Nice job Caesar, love how you did the creases in his pants.
    Geoff

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    a marvelous work..the grey suit, panama hat and umbrella are perfect... and the abstract is WILD!... very funny.

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    Jaw dropping good... Nice tribute my friend...very nice indeed....

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    Nowhere is "panta rei" more visible than in that abstract on the wall you've painted, caro Cesare ...
    :-)
    xiěy, n. freehand brushwork, spontaneous expression
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