PaperVortices in Charcoal

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  1. KmH

    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Outstanding stuff.
     
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    +1 ^^^

    This is a nice extension of the pad crest. The rhythm is really nice to look at.
     
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    Thank you gentlemen.

    I have another somewhat different verision of this I call: HiddenSecrets of PaperVortices

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    I like the smoothness of tone of the papers in the second version, but the composition and value of the perimeter of the first version. But the more I look at the second version, that tilt to its composition does lend more of a sense of movement, as if rollers on the beach about to break onto shore.
     
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    I like these, but those doggone push pins are kind of bugging me...how do you think the shots would look without those push pins?
     
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    Love it.
     
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    this series is great. I love the way paper easily becomes immensly arcitectural.
     

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