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Thread: Electric Kush

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    Electric Kush

    uh oh!... another one of those things popped out again... I seem to be on this electric Kool-Aid
    kick right now. not to everyones taste I am sure but hopefully some enjoy
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    What fun!

    Color and texture creating amazing results! Love all these adventures of yours!

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    I love the textures you are coming up with here of late. Looking forward to seeing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    Color and texture creating amazing results! Love all these adventures of yours!
    thanks Marilyn Anne, they are a movement into a newer direction for
    me and I am not quite sure of what to make of them, they seem right somehow and they keep coming out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbi View Post
    I love the textures you are coming up with here of late. Looking forward to seeing more.
    thanks Bobbi that means a great deal to me!..

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    Cool. Reminds me a little of a light organ or one of those jukebox lights, only less frosted glass. I like the contrast with the organic behind the geometry of the grid.

    This one feels both like you had a clear idea and it didn't get muddied. So thumbs up to this one. I think your clarity of vision is the differentiation between this kind of image and the sine wave ones which I find less drawn toward.

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

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    Your paradigmatic net can hold reality for a while in all its oulsing life and vibrant changes. Exceptional booty for Your fishing!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Cool. Reminds me a little of a light organ or one of those jukebox lights, only less frosted glass. I like the contrast with the organic behind the geometry of the grid.

    This one feels both like you had a clear idea and it didn't get muddied. So thumbs up to this one. I think your clarity of vision is the differentiation between this kind of image and the sine wave ones which I find less drawn toward.

    thanks for the thumbs up on this! just trying to integrate some of the things I have been drawn to as of late..

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Your paradigmatic net can hold reality for a while in all its oulsing life and vibrant changes. Exceptional booty for Your fishing!
    thanks for your great comments always keep my on my toes !

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