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    Starlet

    Another experiment. Hints rather than details ... I hope You find this divertimento interesting.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    very very nice Caesar, I like the grainy effect, its like she is a star field as well. I am really impressed with the subtle color in the cheeks that give form to her face.. and the sure and confident lines... nice work dear friend.

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    Hello Caesar.....Sometimes "Hints rather than details " are all you need my friend .....and like they say,
    "Less Is More" and in this experiment....they both work to that end....Very nice!
    Take care,
    Steve

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    Great effect Caesar ! Interesting style,would be right at home in a graphic novel .More pages please

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    Thank You, dear Gary! You're so kind, but unfortunatelu my mouse read your comment and asked for a raise! Chalk is really fine for fine tuning tones and suggest forms, even on one layer only it work good enough, as in this case.

    Thank you, dear Kenmo. The opposite than a fully detailed and polished 3D illustration, but decently descriptive I hope.

    This is for sure an approach with may keep a fresh look and a usually lazy guy like me, doesn't get tired, dear Steve. I think that paste and the chalk setting deserve a try by anyone, to discover and exploit their drawing/ painting properties. Thank You.

    Thank you, dear Scott. I'm glad You like such a style so different from Your majestic one!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    As always Caesar, I do love your experiments, they are so creative and interesting, great work, she looks dreamy

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    The way you did her and the context, you made her like a heavenly constellation of starlets - Kind of the archetype for starlets everywhere -- writ large upon the heavens, is it not so? Nice one Caesar!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I see you're on chalk now Love the expression and the eyes ^^ Ciau ne
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    She looks like a Greek goddess, nicely done again Cesare
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