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    Nuro: thanks. Desole je n'ai pas trouve le temps de repondre a ton dernier mail. Je vais tenter de rattraper mon retard


    Mandryk: thanks mate!
    Thom scholes directed me to your latest concepts and it's pureky awesome!!


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    Absolutely brilliant stuff, and the last post has a sort of energy and style that I love. Thanks for sharing Sparth, this is exactly the reason I got into posting on CA in the first place. For like minded people to share and exchange ideas.

    thanks again, Tom
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    You have to love that style in last update

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    many thanks to all!
    it's a pleasure sharing things, really.


    sparth - depot - custom shapes

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    Wow! I really dig the new stuff! Kinda reminds me of Jacques Villon.
    "Contrary to the belief of the layman, the essential of art is not to imitate nature, but under the guise of imitation to stir up excitement with pure plastic elements: measurements, directions, ornaments, lights, values, colors, substances, divided and organized according to the injunctions of natural laws. While so occupied, the artist never ceases to be subservient to nature, but instead of imitating the incidents in a paltry way, he imitates the laws."-Andre Lhote

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    I really love these Alchemy paintings. They have inspired me to experiment more with Alchemy and alternative styles myself also

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    Daaammnnnn

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    How come someone of your expert- come on a low life sketchbook area. Why?
    Why When most great artists like yourself- Tend to Hide and refrain from communities?

    Id like a answer..

    great work btw-
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    Damn, Sparth!

    First these custom brushes that give this random factor that I didn't know was possible and that you and Vyle got such an amazing spin on, now these custom shapes. I'm kind of starting to get how so many of your pics lately look so tight and sharp. I've just done this one pic below here as a first experiment, using some custom brushes to make custom shapes: it's really easy once you know how. I'm definitely going to play with this some more.
    Attachment 1119771

    And now this Alchemy thing! Jesus, what a tool! And perfect for someone like me: I can do freaky details and nice colors but composition has never been my forte. This is so playful, I love it. Thank you Sparth!!!!
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    woah that new one is amazing sparth I love the temperature shifts. So inspiring!

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    DaYUM!
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    Awesome, awesome.

    Thanks for sharing your technique. Very tec! I love it.

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    Mr Sparth, i cannot express with words how grateful I am for your generosity in sharing your thought process / techniques since many years. So here is a modest tribute instead, result of experiment with custom shapes indeed. Thanks again. Live long and prosper ^^

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    WOW!!!!!!!

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    I really dig your use of colors, bold and powerful, as well as the shapes you utilize in your work, almost gives it an abstract aspect.. keep it up bro.
    Talent and Creativity are yours to use and keep

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