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Dec 28, 2010 | 6:06 PM EST
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another doodlebuddy pic. again just blocks of colour smudged together, however about half way through i added some dots of colour around and the blended them into it.

this was originally an image of fire, but just as i was uploading it i noticed it has a kind of demonic face embedded into it.

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SeeD419SeeD419

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Meh

I see what you were going for here, and I'm a fan of abstract so I can appreciate this. The main problem I see with this is total disregard for color theory.

The white bleeding through is the biggest downfall to the image in my opinion. The image is just too loud and lacks balance with the other bright colors and it's just overall eye rape.

I'd be willing to be if the white was black instead the image would be a lot better. I see the demonic face, but it's not significant enough to be really moving.

Keep at it, you'll get better.

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CoopCoop

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Too abstract

The problem that occurs with this piece is that it's very softly focused and as a result, there seems to be no real sense of form to the piece. What I'd do is sharpen it up a little and give slightly more definition to the shape of the visage that you are trying to convey.

If you keep the piece as an abstract, zooming out and having more of these colours spread in a tighter knit pattern would help. I think that as they are so widely spread and dispersed, you lose so much from the image that it really should be seen as a work in progress, as opposed to the finished article.

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NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Nothing

Not really seeing anything here to be honest. Looks like you just aligned colors with each other and then put the through photoshop filter hell is what it looks like. I can't think of too much to say on this piece either aside from it would make a pretty cool wallpaper and not much else you know.

Although it could use more colors than just red, yellow, and orange to give it a more defined form rather than just looking like a blob thing. Good try though but add more colors next time.

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Rabid-AnimalsRabid-Animals

Rated 2 / 5 stars

I'm not getting it.

Sorry man, but I'm not seeing anything in this picture. To me, it appears to be mayonnaise with some mustard and ketchup smeared in. You have a good grasp of color, but you need to focus on form and line more. Without that, your piece really can't stand by itself.

Maybe if you defined the shape a little bit more, I would see the demon. Move the points closer to the top of the image, bring out the face. Use less yellow in where you want the "demon" to exist, and oranges and yellows behind it to create a hellish background. Keep working at it.

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