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    Cant really say something to that. Seems to be an interpretation of the 3 apes: No hear, no see, no say. I like the stile.

    What bothers me is the black frame, Is that really necessary ? That BW Contrast hurts in the eyes. If it doesnt give anything to your picture, try to avoid frames or passe-partouts.

    And if you really want one, try a mid or dark grey, but not black.

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    Very nice! I

    My only crit would be a personal one. I'm not as pleased with the overall oval shape you've drawn around everything, as I am with everything inside the shape. Maybe you can think a little more about a way to frame this, and I'm not even sure it needs a frame like you're adding.

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    yea, i think float mounting would work good for an irregular shaped piece like this.

    the squiggly line shapes in the backgroind might compete for too much attention when they gain mass and become more visually heavy shapes.

    don't be shy about presenting a short explaination of your piece and what youre going for, it'll help the viewers address the work more accurately.

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