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    "Forgive them, Father...

    ...for they know not what they do"
    Another in my "JC" series. Done some time ago, but decided to post it now because of the new movie about Him.

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    I'm among them to be forgiven when I pretend to paint like a real artist, dear Skylar. On the other side, You do have that talent for sure and doubled it (just to make an appropriate citation).
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Skylar, what a nice painting, the look in those eyes is very penetrating...and show strength, compassion..

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    whaaa that's really awesome

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    Profoundly beautiful

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    Talk about your own personal Jesus. . . We all see through our own filters, and why not.
    Male model handsome like right out of GQ.

    I remember in King of Kings they had Jeffrey Hunter play Jesus and it had a similar vibe in their attempt to depict charisma and get the audience to feel compassion and sympathy by casting a young, really good looking, blue-eyed actor in that role. More like they were casting for the part of Adonis. Did they go overboard with the surface look? Who cares. It was a movie. I wouldn't have cast it that way, but they failed to call me out of my early grade school class to consult me on the casting back in 1960.

    You have a knack for male beauty in your paintings, Skylar. Well painted.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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