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Thread: Evening Elegance/Pino

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    Evening Elegance/Pino

    Inspired by a wonderful Italian artist, Pino Dangelies, done in oil and knife
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    I love his work and you did a great job on this one, Well done Pat
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    Well done Pat, I love how you captured the structure of her back so well.
    Geoff

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    Splendid work Pat.
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    Thankyou dear Katie, so glad you like it
    Geoff, thankyou so much, appreciate it
    Barney, always appreciate your comments, thankyou

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    looks like a very good homage to that artist indeed. certainly a beautiful inspiration and great job.

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    Very well done



    Earle

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    Thankyou, Albert always appreciate your comments
    Earle, thankyou for checking it out

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    Very romantic, Pat. The costume and long vertical format feels like a cross between Pino and John Singer Sergent direction.

    As you probably know, Pino was one of the greatest romance paperback cover artists of all time -- the best by my taste. And he went on to doing gallery work. So I am very much appreciative of your selections to emulate and learn from. I had been greatly influenced by his work way back when and closely analyzed it to try my hand applying his chops to other source photos. Learned a lot.

    You're right on track.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thankyou DAkey, his art interest me so much that I am working on another one of his, so hope it turns out, I always have trouble with nosesso that is where I am at now, then I want to come up with my own using the experience I have learned from his paintings, I will need lots of luck and patience for that

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