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    All of these are fantastic-better than I had imagined they would be!!! Great idea Fabs,lots of fun with this!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman Kurywczak View Post
    This may cover all of them........including insanity!
    Roman I think this illustrates how the technology of the web has brought the world together, united in the midst of chaos, regardless of colors :D

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    Last one for the evening.

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    My favorite Jackie!!

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    Roman,

    You have way toooo much time on your hands buddy! :D That is wicked though. :)

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    David, I love the toal values selected for the image! Nice perspective!

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    Jackie, your very best! David, great "cut shapes" examples. Love it!

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    Tried to represent bold here.

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    Great idea Fabs! Here is my try at this (order)

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    Jackie and Dennis, you both got the compo right. Dennis, I usually prefer less elements in the compo. You were consistent in using the square but the different textures distract a little from your message IMO.
    Keep up the good work!

    We will continue with this exercise this week and use the TANGRAM next week, when we will be back from the Farm workshop.

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    This looks like fun, hope I'm not too late for the party!







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    And another one...





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    Don, Never too late here! I think both are very well thought out. I esp. like your bold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by denise ippolito View Post
    Don, Never too late here! I think both are very well thought out. I esp. like your bold!
    Thanks Denise, some of these certainly are stimulating my thinking. Looking at the ones I've done so far it looks like my tendency towards simplicity in composition is rather dominant.








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    Love it!! Simple yet effective!

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    Very creative use of the square in the tension, and great bold. Thanks for your participation!

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    Thanks Denise and Fabs, I find this to be an interesting and enjoyable exercise. :)

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    Roman, You have too much time on your hands. I have no clue as to how any of you are creating the boxes in the first place, or positioning them in the second place...
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    HA ha! I wish Artie! Just a touch of compulsion! OK, maybe a large touch.....but in a good way. I used to stipple when I was in art school....now that may be OCD!
    I used the marquee tool on a new black/white pallete....to draw the squre.....duplicated the layer...selected move tool....dragged it to a canvas.....shrunk/enlarged it with the tool....applied it.
    This would have also worked on Fab's image to select and drag and compose. I'm sure others will chime in.
    Now let me get this straight......you didn't have a clue for the boxes......but you give great advice on edge sharpness in the latest BAA bulletin? Go figure!
    I see you got to spend some time with Phil too! Will see him tonight.

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    "It don't matter if you're black or white"

    As already shown, sometimes the thirds just don't matter. The brain takes care of whats right or wrong, left or right, inside or outside, upside down or right side up.

    Excellent exercise Fabs

    Danny.

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    ... Hi Danny Glad to see you around ... you have been missed M8t !!!!

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    Howdy Al :) missed you and Fabs a lot M8t. Things have settled down here for a change and I need to get back into it.

    All the best you two ;)

    Danny.

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    Big hugs, Danny, you were missed!

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