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Old 12-28-2011, 11:46 PM
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Still life study

Oil pastel and charcoal on paper
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Re: Still life study

Great colours Todd!
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I like this, Todd. It gives me just the right amount of information while still allowing me to involve my imagination. Nice.
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Thank you graphicali and JON! :-)
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Intense and abstract makes an interesting still life.
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Re: Still life study

I like this image, pastel techniqe is great, I don't use it many years and my dream is return back to it
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That's wonderful. Especially the colors!

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I am with JON on this, you are giving fuel for my imagination. this composition has too much personality for a still life!!
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