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    Explosive Sky

    Explosive Sky

    Explosive Sky

    Size: 18X22 inch
    Acrylic painting


    Alright.
    This was a commission piece, it's already done, finished, handed over.

    But I just want to know what other's would have done differently in dealing with this piece. The concept is to have chaos and peace in the same scene.
    I had some trouble linking up the elements, and tried to balance it, I want to know what more could have been done so in the future pieces I can watch out for it.

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    this is a different approach obviously - realist painter Ivan Ayvazovsky...
    "creation of the world -
    I think it has the balance that you're talking about.[IMG]Explosive Sky[/IMG]

    The circular (or trianglular) composition - move your eyes from the ocean down to the fire that leads your eye up to the creator which leads you back down to water...and again and again

    Last edited by Rascar Capac; October 6th, 2005 at 04:39 PM.
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    that's a good example, thank you.

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