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    woodcut

    a simple abstract that I tried to get the effect of a wood block print..atleast somewhat..
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    "simple" ... yeah ... you're kidding, right? did you count those colours? ever made a woodcut? SIMPLE?!?
    beautiful but not simple at all if you ask me
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    Gary, I see what you mean, but I also agree with MSIE in that a wood cut uses very few if anymore than one color. Still, a great design with that woodcut-ish look.
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    It has a good visual quality



    Earle

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    Wonderful one, also as artistic carpet or tapestry design, but I cannot see from the lines how old was the tree ....
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    MSIE...well I may have underestimated the simple part... ( yes I have done woodcuts and usually 2-3 colors was max... )... glad you like this though

    Thanks Neal, Earle and Caesar for stopping by for a view and comment. Caesar in this "woodcut" the tree grains are very very fine... hard to see the rings..

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    Like that one very much,

    Best,

    Weeks

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