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Thread: Triangulation face

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    Triangulation face

    Hi!
    One more test " triangulation" with tools artrage, i hope you like

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    Last edited by sabena; 07-11-2012 at 02:15 AM.
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    sabena,, very creative I like the angles and the way you worked in the theme into the background also. very nice

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    WOW !! A stunningly creative painting...I like it a lot :-)
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    thank you gxpainter and semd74
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    What a lovely style Sabena! I like it very much
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    thank you silvy
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    Very long ago I used to play with 3-D programs that used triangular faces to make faces like these --- a play on the word 'faces'. Very cute.
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    I think these are just down right Cool!

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    Fantastic "trigonometry" art excercise! A brilliant idea and style indeed and marvellous outcomes.
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