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    Inside the womb.

    Inside the womb.

    Well I've been thinking about painting this peace canvas. This piece was drawn with ball point pen, some sharpie marker, and a calligraphy pen. Tell me what you guys think.

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    Does matter how you color them.
    I think the blacks & whites (maybe some more whites for contrast) gives the pictures the mood it needs.

    Maybe something that puts a bit of focus into the picture, which is now allready a bit given. The black around the fetus make a nice border, and the cell lines and the needles point to it as well. But it's not enough to catch the eye in that chaos. Work with red for focus and blue for background which gives a nice color contrast as well if you do it well.

    Do you work digital or analouge? Digital you could try more without destroying the picture. And if not digital copy it first and make try first on the copies.

    Keep it up!!

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    Farn mentioned some good points. If you want to put this on canvas, I would recommend doing some studies first, either digitally or on photocopies, to get a feel for how to approach it.

    Personally, I think that if you decide to rework this on canvas, you should focus on maintaining the impact of the textures you've developed because they are, as I see it now, a major part of the mood of the image.

    I'm a little disappointed that this didn't get more comments, though I hope to see more of your work here despite that.

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