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Thread: Rest in Peace

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    Rest in Peace

    A work made mostly with stencils and sticker spray,hoping you like it anyway?
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    Nice effect, kind of reminds me of Boot Hill .
    Geoff

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    This is very evocative. The misty quality and the colour range make it so. Very well done.
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    Delicate work, nicely done. I like it.

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    Appreciate your feedback people thank you so much.

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    Requiescat in pace - with celtic cross... nice touch
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    Misty and peaceful, the way a cemetery should be. Love the tombstones!

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    I like the atmosphere you created - peaceful and a bit mysterious.
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    I'm with Grayflo on "evocative".
    I like the admixture of restrained subtlety and well placed intricacy where the tree dominates over the lost and the hopeful in the foreground while the background adds the elements of the far, yet approachble, and the untouchable distant.
    Three planes of existance on the physical, mental, and spiritual levels.
    It's an unusual palette but, I think it works very well.

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    We hope old man winter is at rest here.
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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