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I made this on my art school, with water based paint and pen. It was actually a part of a bigger piece, that's why it's so empty in the top right corner: It was places in the top right corner of the bigger art piece. I tried to make every line kinda go into eachother and continue.

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another kind of world

These kinds of pieces are very artistic to me because it shows another world here lots of happenings and nice color here, I almost feel like this could be larger so you can show off more details here more world detail at that, Very simple yet very creative I absolutely love the colors and the softness of the colors, I want to say it's watercolor Pieces like these are good because it causes people to look at it and try and find a deeper meaning within the piece, Some do convey that message, others are just random works It all lies in the eye of the beholder.

I almost feel like this could be larger so you can show off more details here more world detail at that


Pretty interesting to look at...

It's kind of a cool piece, but having your lines meet like that flattens out the picture a lot. OR SHOULD I SAY "FLAATENS?"

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Jun 19, 2009
1:18 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
1850 x 1847 px
780.3 KB

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