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Thread: Not A Square dance

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    Not A Square dance

    Hope you like it, its soooooo spooky that Gary and I were both working in the same colours.
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    Love the colours in this one Katie

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    Katie I was watching over your shoulder.... indeed very spooky coincidence of colors and format...

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    That is just lovely

    I like the pose and the colors. I like the way you handled the background. Just Everything!

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    finely done Katie. great art piece. it reminds me very much of Pai for some reason. loving the more abstract elements going on in the background the lines and textured chalk... very nice touches.

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    Thumbs up

    You develop your dancers beyond everything, what seems to be possible.
    First class graphic design!

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    Very well done Katie.
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    Perhaps not a Square Dance, but neither is it a Line Dance. . . unless we're talking fat juicy color lines cleverly disguised as paint strokes. YeeHaw, Ms Coops.

    I love this one a whole bunch. Yes, it's a graphic design winner. Great body language very well presented. And great colors and marks as well.

    While I can see how Screenpainter could think of Pai's paintings because she did ballet style dancers, I'm thinking more of Fellini and his Roman motifs. It's got the costume as well as the peeling fresco kind of energy. Plus he was a one for high stylization. YeeGods, Ms Coops.
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    A really lovely pose dear Katie
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