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Thread: Homo_Sapiens

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    Homo_Sapiens

    The result of reading something about caves hope you like it?
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    Last edited by Rondo; 01-06-2014 at 03:52 AM.

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    Rondo, I have been gone for awhile, I think this is a great painting, you have improved so much and cant wait to see more, I remember when you thought you should give up, and I am so glad you didn't, keep up the good work

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    Thanks for the comment pat1940, appreciate It's hard to give up on a tool like Artrage, so i go on and on,lol, and yes this is one of these pieces that comes out right,glad you like it.

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    From the cave to Artrage, what an evolution in art tools for this Homo Sapiens, dear Rondo! You represented him at Ice Age time I guess. Great idea.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    In the Ice age indeed dear Caesar! as it shall here in the USA be soon the Ice age.

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    Really -- dare I say it -- deep, Rondo! Heh. I really like this one. It's fascinating as a psychological concept and the execution is brilliant. You're definitely on a roll of late. Very much a higher plateau. I could also see this as an illustration for an article to accompany something in a trade magazine for psychiatrists. Go Go Go!!!!!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Dear D Akey....i really thank you for your comment,but as i said before somewhere......this tool just makes you create "things" can give a "form" to the imagination.Happy "accidents" ,delibered strokes and there is a "from" a "figure" just let your imagination flow.this is how i +- made this one.

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    That's the coolest way, IMHO. It's so genuine and honest, not to mention the wonder created when it pops onto your 'canvas' and begins talking to you. Way cool zone.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Great painting , Rondo

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    I like it very much
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