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Old 05-23-2001, 12:52 AM
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Post Still playing with pastels

Still playing to figure this stuff out.

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are they oil pastels?

I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

The sky has an excellent dusky feel to it.

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Old 05-23-2001, 01:12 AM
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are they oil pastels?

I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

The sky has an excellent dusky feel to it.

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"Extra Fine Quality Oil Pastels" quoth the manufacturer of my pastels which were the cheapest in the store.

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I really like this one. Nice colours

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Is this one also painted by different person?
I think there is three styles.
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I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

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I agree with Jeanette.

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the colors are preety
overlaying creates unexpected colors
there is a lot of rhythm ceated by the strokes
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I really like this one. Nice colours



THanks T.


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Is this one also painted by different person?
I think there is three styles.
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It's entirely possible that there are three of them rosanna; as they say, he who cannot fence confounds he who can.

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I agree with Jeanette.

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I am getting to know more about my work by listening to you folks talk about it.

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the colors are preety
overlaying creates unexpected colors
there is a lot of rhythm ceated by the strokes


Thank you for stopping in to comment and explain.


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Energy abounds here! Great explosion of colors!

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