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Thread: Black Line Dancing

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    Black Line Dancing

    more loose line and color work, with more dry brush over colors to enhance textures, with the dancing black line
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    Yes Gxh I like this one Too CIAO

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    I like this!

    I like the dancing line and bright appealing colors!

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    Thanks again eighty+ and Marilyn Anne, these along with the first one FreeForm have been the first work for awhile so I am happy you enjoyed the joyful colors and playful nature of them...

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    I love your choice of colors for this one.

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    Al ver esta obra, mi primera impresión fué de quedarme con la "boca abierta"... Excelente!

    Seeing this work, my first impression was of staying "speechless" ... Excellent!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbi View Post
    I love your choice of colors for this one.
    thank you Bobbi, lately the colors are really singing out for me...

    Quote Originally Posted by damasocl View Post
    Al ver esta obra, mi primera impresión fué de quedarme con la "boca abierta"... Excelente!

    Seeing this work, my first impression was of staying "speechless" ... Excellent!
    you are very kind damasocl, so glad you found this to your liking...

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    Hi GXH ........ GARY just looked at your site the one that hit my Eye is Le Colt ok Would it be ok to copy it later to help me with Colour And do U use Layers ??? CIAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    Hi GXH ........ GARY just looked at your site the one that hit my Eye is Le Colt ok Would it be ok to copy it later to help me with Colour And do U use Layers ??? CIAO
    Hi Eighty+.... sure copy away any that you like. I use lots of layers, and blending modes etc. I use them to tryout some drawing of a particular part or color and if I like it I will merge it down as I work they make the perfect undo tool and give you the ability to try different colors etc. I am glad you like the Colt. Import it in as a tracing image to pick the colors you want...

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    A bit like the old story of Stone Soup -- starting with a simple stone and adding lots of tasty items that make it a favorite.


    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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