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Old 08-28-2015, 02:43 PM
ross hamilton hill ross hamilton hill is offline
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It reminds me of Dali's technique of splitting up the image, also the Japanese ink painting is very good.
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Old 09-12-2015, 01:49 PM
Jake Sheff Jake Sheff is offline
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I like the texture and movement of the strokes, especially on the bottom half of the image. The emergence of a face I'm not sure about yet - certainly I'm drawn more to the bottom half of the painting. There are more shades and textures down there for my eyes to explore. The strokes on the top half seem a lot more solid black and two-dimension compared to the richer bottom half. But I don't think much more is needed for this piece to be pleasing to view - the black and white, the brushstrokes and ink all create a marvelous image.

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