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    Abby,

    Oh man! I love the seascape! That is just beyond beautiful! This is a work I could get lost in!

    I haven't been doing much lately with the linear stuff, this is an "older" one I called "Windsock" for some reason - must have been what I saw at the time! I have a couple of others too that I'll post here.

    Since the crocus started blooming I've been doing a few digital lithographs. Not as difficult as one would think as it is all done with a filter! Won't be long before I get going on a lot of just regular digital images of my flowers.
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    "Casper and Friends"
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    "SERPENTS-SNAKES"
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    Most of these linears seem to have the same "theme", don't they! By "theme" I mean movement, hum, guess I need some different filters or try some different combinations.

    This is not a linear, but one of my favorite crocus lithographs.It is a rather big file for what I generally post here, so it may take a bit toload. "My-bad" as the kids say!

    The next one is a close-up of the yellow snow crocus and also lithograph treatment.
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    "SNOW CROCUS II"
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    More recently I remembered to get down to the plant room and capture several images of my red seedling tropical hibiscus. I used the lithograph filter as well as some lighting effect on this and though it turned out quite nice.
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    This is the original image of the hibiscus:
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    Last one for the time being as I have got to go move a peony and it is a good sized plant!

    Believe it or not this image was originally a close up of a purple crocus then I started messing around with different filters, even tried some that just didn't work. I really like the way some of the colors blended and that I was able to get a close match with the matting and "frame". I call it "Aqua Effect" as it has a very "fluid" or "watery" look to it.

    Hope y'all have enjoyed my little "weird art" show. It is nothing compared to Abby's real paintings, but it is what I do since I can't even hold a brush!

    Me!
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    Now we have two very talented artists here on this forum. Rebecca, those were just gorgeous! I can never attempt to do that because my computer will throw up a blue screen of death, virtual memory dump.
    Daylilies are the Lord's smile, a new one everyday

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