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    Curvilinear Style, Hoping to Improve

    The first is very simple, just an exercise utilizing the curve in my hand. I call it the Curvilinear style. It came from studying M.C. Escher, Wassily Kandinsky, and Katsushika Hokusai. This is very easy to make now that I've solved the algorithim in my hand.
    The second picture I call Tribal Slime. It was came before the Curvilinear stuff and isn't nearly as easy to create spontaneously. This was drawn in my class notes, so ignore the words.
    Third picture is an example combining both, heavy Kandinsky influence there I think.

    Can anyone recomend where I could apply this form of art? Maybe comments to enhance this?

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    Last edited by CircularSpecies; March 6th, 2011 at 06:58 AM. Reason: Changed title, re added drawing like the sticky said.
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    i'll come back when I start drawing people

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