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    Post I think the words is the source of all art

    I think the words is the source of all art,so I have created the new art.word and art.historical artworks,And then use words to describe. It`s picture and words, "People get inspiration",This is my art. I just completed a work.My site will always be in a pure environment.
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    What is your native language?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniGoth View Post
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    What is your native language?
    Sarcasm.
    At least Icarus tried!


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    ...You wrote a novel?

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    maybe it's wordart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    Sarcasm.
    Mine too .

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    What gets me is that he actually edited it -- obviously not for clarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-17 View Post
    maybe it's wordart?
    genius

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    Eh? What is a "tine"? And why are there six of them in the chapel?!

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    aren't 'tines' the points on a fork? ;P guess they have 6 of em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhgoforth View Post
    aren't 'tines' the points on a fork? ;P guess they have 6 of em.
    Six prongs on a fork? And they made a chapel to it?

    Man, those crazy Italians and their pasta...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anid Maro View Post
    Six prongs on a fork? And they made a chapel to it?

    Man, those crazy Italians and their pasta...
    I know I would, worship the Pasta and sauce....oof that sounded way dirtier than actually intended.... /shame

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    you would think that it's a grammatical error, but it is plural.
    It's just that after violet, the human eye can't see the next color which is ultra violet.

    so its THE SIX TINES, actually.

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    There's a legend about this artifact.

    Hidden in the catacombs beneath the Sistine Chapel, far from prying eyes and curious ears, lies the Arc of the Six Tines.

    Six long tubes of silver, sporting ornate gold scrollwork, rest in an olive and ebony frame. Each of these chimes is said to represent one of the voices of Christ's original six followers, and to strike them is to hear the celestial chorus.



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