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    Sunny Day in the City

    a blend of abstract and clips of sky photos integrated in a way you find interesting I hope!.
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    [B]Gary[\B], you are branching out in so many interesting directions. Looks like you used some PS dropshadows or similar, on some parts. Very effective.
    June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    [B]Gary[\B], you are branching out in so many interesting directions. Looks like you used some PS dropshadows or similar, on some parts. Very effective.
    thanks June , yes I used a little for the blacks (layer)..I mix PS and AR a lot...

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    There is some cubist geometric multiperspective of Picasso/ Braque, the joyful description and signs of Mirņ and the dynamically bold colors and curves of Matisse here .... wonderful synthesis of the essence of the reality described in the title. It can be seen, heard, felt, experienced and enjoyed!
    Last edited by Caesar; 06-16-2015 at 01:21 AM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    There is some cubist geometric multiperspective of Picasso/ Braque, the joyful description and signs of Mirņ and the dynamically bold colors and curves of Matisse here .... wonderful synthesis of the essence of the reality described in the title. It can be seen, heard, felt, experienced and enjoyed!
    a fantastic description, and I see all those elements from some historically great masters, I am flattered...

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    Really interesting!

    The clouds even have a mountain feel to them. I feel like I am in the Swiss alps with a colorful town and trams and all kinds of colorful buildings!

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    Nice stuff, Gary. Childlike in vision. Kind of reminds me of the days of construction paper cut outs and paste slid around and arranged into a scene or story or nice pic. Nothing at all diminished by a childlike voice. In fact, coupled with an artist's savvy, it makes things rather like a graphic equalizer sliding between the two consciousnesses. Or a different spin on Eric Carle.

    Go man go!!!!!

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    Great colours and shapes as always, Gary. Makes on think of the uplifting of spirits on a warm sunny day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    The clouds even have a mountain feel to them. I feel like I am in the Swiss alps with a colorful town and trams and all kinds of colorful buildings!
    thanks Marilyn Anne, given the heat today I would love to be in th Swiss Alps about now as well..

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Nice stuff, Gary. Childlike in vision. Kind of reminds me of the days of construction paper cut outs and paste slid around and arranged into a scene or story or nice pic. Nothing at all diminished by a childlike voice. In fact, coupled with an artist's savvy, it makes things rather like a graphic equalizer sliding between the two consciousnesses. Or a different spin on Eric Carle.

    Go man go!!!!!

    thanks DAkey, sorry to take to so to respond I have had guests visiting, and working hard in my garden small as it is...we have a very short growing season here but I am hoping to get some tomatoes!.. I love vine ripened tomatoes!..

    Quote Originally Posted by justjean View Post
    Great colours and shapes as always, Gary. Makes on think of the uplifting of spirits on a warm sunny day
    thanks justjean so glad you enjoyed it and hope it uplifted your spirits

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    Smile

    Gary, what beauty, I wish that my vocabulary was as smart as Caesars or DAkeys, but it is not lol, I love this one it makes me smile and feel happy, that's all I know lol

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