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    It seems to be a broken link... I can't see it and that site doesnt lead anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaoticKnight
    It seems to be a broken link... I can't see it and that site doesnt lead anywhere.
    I think it was(is) a local problem. I can see the image and the link works normally.

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    Interesting piece, not what I would have expected from reading the title.

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    Anyone viewing this should read the backstory to SanBase's approach. It is crucial to understanding the art.

    That is, if this is a dynamic composition piece like your others-
    not my favorite. I enjoyed the 'House' one/s immensley, this seems boring and busy, not as fun as your other stuff!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Oaksford
    That is, if this is a dynamic composition piece like your others-not my favorite. I enjoyed the 'House' one/s immensley, this seems boring and busy, not as fun as your other stuff!!
    You know, it was a joke... The thing is that I’ve got an order from Gallerie Gora (Montreal) for a dynamic picture for gallery owner (Mr. Gora). He asked me that I used only simple shapes with bright colors. OK. I've made it: http://www.sanbase.com/art/ver.html He said “No, it is very complex and busy, you should use only 4 (!!) colors and some ameba-like (??) forms. No light, no texture. As simple as possible”...Hmm... I've made the second version http://www.sanbase.com/art/ver4.html I don't know his reaction while. This picture (above) was a joke because I’m sick and tired to use only 4 colors so I’ve made it for my own relaxation.

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    You know San, if you tweaked with the saturation and color temperatures in photoshop (of your dynamic pieces), I think it would really bring them home. I mean, I love the DNA concept behind it, but while dynamism has a beauty all it's own, to make it static and leave it alone seems boring. Add some depth or something! Mix it up a bit! =)

    If you want I mean. Maybe just to diversify the work that much more.

    Good luck!!

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