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so glad that you liked this one cheryl. thankyou so much for faving it. lots of great fun surprises doing this one, not the least of which was that orange. reworking and tweaking were a blast too doing this one. really great to see that you had fun and enjoyed it.
I still am blown away about how you get so much expression out of these simple lines!!!!!! And of course your concepts are both amusing and quite often drive a point….this the artist in all of us strive for. Good job sweetie!!!!
thankyou so much ella, i’m so glad that you liked this. and thankyou so much for faving it. what total fun doing this this morning. such a blast to do. really great to see that you enjoyed this one and had fun with it.
I love to look at you work! great fun!
thankyou so much m for faving this. what fun doing it. really great to see that you liked this and had fun with it. a really fun series to do and this was like the icing on the cake, an especially fun one to do. so glad that you liked it.
Excellent creative work.
thankyou so much emilio. fun start to today doing this and #5. so glad that you liked this one. all fun doing this one. really great to see that you had fun and enjoyed.
magritte seems has changed color, probably it has already sunbathed!)))Excellent works! They are pleasant for considering!
lol! yes, perhaps. so glad that you liked this one and thankyou so much for faving it valla. what a fun ending to this series. everything was fun doing this one especially all the great fun surprises along the way. really great to see that you had fun and enjoyed it.
So creative and unique style!
thankyou so much for faving this one igor. i’m so glad that you liked it. what a blast doing this series and this one was just all fun and full of great fun surprises too. really great to see that you enjoyed and had fun.
in this colors is superfantastic…
thankyou so much anna for faving this one. i’m so glad that you liked it and had fun with the colors they were especially fun to do for this one. this whole series was such a kick to do and doing this one ended it on such a fun note. really great to see that you enjoyed it.
What a feast for the eyes, this is the wonder of the computer, the ability to layer and change colour with such ease. Another winner Mhk. I am interested in your approach to the finished product. Printing, papers and sizes etc.??
thankyou so much for faving this one jai. i’m so glad that you liked it. all great fun doing this one in so many ways. really great to see that you had fun and enjoyed it. except for rb i don’t have any venue for sales, so for now this is it. if i did i’d probably do these as large paintings. haven’t decided on a process, but warhol’s approach always holds interest for me. hope you’re having a fantastic weekend. tc, m
i just wanted to thankyou so much for faving ‘michelangelo and raphael out on the town clubbin 2’. now one of my personal fave series i’ve done for sure, especially the poses in #2. i’m so glad that you liked it. really great to see that you enjoyed this and had fun with it.
Screen printing would be an interesting method, lots of happy accidents. Very complex for the amount of colours you use, registration issues etc. I am surprised that you are not printing them at all, would be great to see them on a large scale, even as ink jet prints on a good quality paper. It always amazes me the amount of talented artists not exhibiting their work, a real shame, me being one of them. I’m working on it though, starting selling at art markets.
there was a pbs show on a new york photographer who was doing large works similar to the starn twins but cityscapes. what interested me was her process. she had a printer enlarge the photos on a special printer that if i remember right only he had. however, they were b&w. also, i know polaroid has been developing large printers for alot of years now. just an anecdote. i was thinking more along the lines of perhaps a silkscreen blueprint and then the final work being done as a painting not as a print as warhol did. (i’ve also pricked my curiosity in using paint rather than ink in printing. and if that’s possible. most likely acrylics but oils or both also has my interest a bit.) just curious not that i could afford to do any of that at all at the present time. lol! ciao for now, m
Very interesting processes you have in mind, would like to know more about the printer that she used, if it is something unusual. I hope that you get the chance to realise some of your ideas. Good luck. Paint printing…mmmm… dont know if that is possible, but it sounds great!
tried to do a search but without knowing the name of the series or the artist found it impossible. don’t even know if it will ever be on again. lol! pretty; beat, think it’s time for a tv break. hope you have a fantastic week ahead. tc, m
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