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Thread: What Do You See?

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    What Do You See?

    This was a bit of whimsy and serendipity. Used the gloop pen, water color brush, canvas with heavy texture, knife, etc. Came out with some interesting designs. What can you see in it? A dragon face? A person with their arms held high? What else?
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    La primera imagen que ví fué una bailarina de ballet con los brazos en alto.
    Luego, la cabeza de un animal mítico con cuernos...
    Una atmósfera espacial...

    The first image I saw was a ballet dancer with arms raised.Then the head of a mythical animal with horns ...
    A spatial atmosphere ...
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Edit: Hang on a minute. . . scratch all that other business. . .

    There's a cartoon dog off to the left side center. The dog looks like Droopy Dog. And about ready to climb onto his back is a monkey. . . Careful mate! Just say 'no'. . .
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    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I hope others will have fun trying to see other things in this painting. After looking at it again, myself, I see a polar bear's face on the left side middle. On the right side toward the top, I see the eyes and beak of a buzzard. What else can you find?

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    I so love this and it would take me a long time to explain and red pencil to show what I see. My favorite time in morning is looking out at the trees, with sun hitting them and all of the faces, shapes that I see. Just as a start on your painting, I see a baby creature being born with arms reaching upward; also a very happy seahorse,and that is just a couple of seconds. Thanks , I will revisit!

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    I'm not sure if I should be worried about what you folks are seeing..or worried about me because I don't see what you're seeing lolol. I see a dark hair woman in a long lace edged dress, with her arms held out, gracefully falling onto her back. Now you know why I'm worried lololol
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    So funny Moosie.... You probably should be very afraid! I see different things in Chinapete's art also, but I turn them upside down sideways, etc. just wish I could translate into something spectacular !

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    It's like a map for an ancient undiscovered underwater world, so it's not surprising Shibui sees a happy seahorse, and I am able to see it now too (thank you Shibui)
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    This has been a fun exercise. I tend to love those "Hidden Object" games. I had no intention of deliberately creating a hidden object painting. It just happened that way. I think this could be a fun series.

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    What is There?

    Here is another painting to look into to see what might be there. I spotted an unusual face. Also what looks like hedgehog's face. A gargoyle. A snail. A monkey face.
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