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Thread: Hell! (Population added!)

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    Unhappy Hell! (Population added!)

    This was my reaction to my inability to get the wonderful watercolor textures and masterpieces Brett and Robyn are high rate producing! :
    Disappointment and a flaming wrath fuelling (rather than duelling) this Inferno!

    I FOLLOWED TONYJAZZ INVITATION AND REVEALED THE MOST DRAMATIC SCENE OF ETERNAL DAMNATION.
    Few Lucifer traits could be already "seen" in the former painting and presumably Slylar paintings somehow influenced me subconsciously, as for the subject, while Katie-Coops may have suggested the composition and style on this flaming background.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 08-01-2013 at 09:23 PM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wonderfully bright and colourful, Caesar

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    Silly boy! Some of these textures could possibly be used in a watercolour painting. Get back to work!

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    I like the texture you produced here. Vibrant, and wanting. This art would be intriguing to continue with that great texture as the BG...TJ

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    Now it should have got a little scary too, dear Sandra. Let's repent of our sins before it's late! Thank You!

    Adding the second one we may say "From passion to damnation", dear Jean. Thank You.

    Sure, but I should be more disciplined and keep some tracks of what I did to get it, dear Robyn, to duplicate them in case. I certainly tried also an additional bump plending mode. Thank You!

    I found a quick way to follow Your smart suggestion, dear Tony, and got this terrible vision. I hope You may like it as weel although it got perhaps far more disquieting now.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    "Now it should have got a little scary too, dear Sandra. Let's repent of our sins before it's late! Thank You!"

    Good grief, again I did not read what the painting was about before commenting.....

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    I love the laser eye beam!

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    The right place to use the color burning blending mode, dear Sandra. LOL

    Good point, dear Robyn, i should have entitled it Hell Wars with Lucifer as the Sith Dark Eperor! LOL
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    La sensación de calor que transmite esta obra es bienvenida en mi Comuna, Puente Alto, debido a nuestras muy bajas temperaturas!!!
    Y ahora en serio: muy expresionista!!!

    The warm feeling conveyed by this work is welcome in my commune (county), Puente Alto, because of our very low temperatures!
    And now seriously: very expressionist!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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