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Thread: Black & Romeo

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    Black & Romeo

    Another calligraphic surge..
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    Wow Gary, another one that just pops and is so appealing to just stand and stare, love it

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    Excellent work Gary! This one pops supreme with color and value contrasts! Really great composition!
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    Very colourful and dynamic work Gary.

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    Lots of color and easy on the eyes...well done
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Wow Gary, another one that just pops and is so appealing to just stand and stare, love it
    thanks Pat I do love using Black

    Quote Originally Posted by jibes View Post
    Excellent work Gary! This one pops supreme with color and value contrasts! Really great composition!
    Neal thanks mate glad you like the contrasts and composition of this work..it does have a presence

    Quote Originally Posted by tinzo View Post
    Very colourful and dynamic work Gary.
    thank you Brian always great to hear from you on my work.

    Quote Originally Posted by semd74 View Post
    Lots of color and easy on the eyes...well done
    Thanks Steve pleased you like it.

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    So dynamic and colorful
    I especially really like the effects on the right side
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    A bold one with all that prominent black. Effective, yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silvy View Post
    So dynamic and colorful
    I especially really like the effects on the right side
    Thanks Silvy that was one area I was very happy with the way it turned out... so happy you also noticed and appreciated it.

    Quote Originally Posted by byroncallas View Post
    A bold one with all that prominent black. Effective, yes?
    byron...yes I would agree large simple shapes of black make for a bold statement and allow other colors to really present.

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    OK. . . have to ask. . . Black and Romeo? Is this the new Romaticist's art line from Black and Decker, the tool and appliance manufacturer?
    You had to know that title would live on its own. . . From whence, wither and wherefore art thou, man?


    I really like this one. Has a great balance/heierarchy. Nice design. I think Mr. semd said it. It's easy on the eyes. May be because there's breathing room making it less effortful. Nothing wrong with effort, but this one feels self-confident.
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