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BERTRAM 14 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2009 11:06PM
Brilliant artwork.
Dave
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 23 Canada
14 Feb 2009 1:02AM
Good job
Swanvio 13 15
14 Feb 2009 7:01AM
Clever stuff, like it!
Karen
lonely_oryx 14 61 55 England
14 Feb 2009 10:08AM
Works well
DeSilver Plus
14 14 12 England
14 Feb 2009 11:41AM
What a brilliant image. Wonderful idea and a great image. Smile


David.
jimpy1 13 England
14 Feb 2009 1:46PM
Great stuff I like it!
Jim
User_Removed 17 4 11 England
14 Feb 2009 6:11PM
This is really clever work Steve. I have been trying out different framing but this is taking things a few steps way beyong, really creative & effective. Sylv.
pluckyfilly 15 351 33 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2009 7:37PM
I know exactly what you mean about EPZ daily
fix I am addicted - you show great work again today - superb
Andrew_Hurley 16 71 73 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 8:49PM
Hi Steve,

Another brave attempt at being Stephen Constable.

I just feel as you are painting a reflection, everything in the image appears upside down (as you would of course expect), I just feel you need to stick to fairly strong graphic images, like a house or a windmill, rather the something as abstract as an upside reflection, unless you are going to include the actual subject that is being reflected.

For this type of work I think strong graphic images are really what makes this type of image work well.

I hope this helps,

Andrew.

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