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"citycsape" by Randy taffy Linbourn

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city scape set in the future on some far flung planet

4 Sep 200645 Pearl
The Aura portrayed is absolutely intriguating. Words are unable to describe the Spirit of this Masterpiece--I admire your ability to transform strokes of paints into your own fantasy realm. How I wish I could to take a walk in there 2

1 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "  NO! it's smog! you don't wanna walk anywhere near it ,trust me i know,i've been there.........well, O.K. i havn't ,but trust me on the Smog thing , ;0). thanks Pearl for the nice and positive comment ,it's much appreciated ;0) "
3 Oct 2006:-) Céline 'Panda' Gicquel
The colors are splendid (I love this word), and the contrast is really striking (is that really english?)

7 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "lol,i understood what you meant so it must be english! thanks for all the positive comments on my art Celine ;0)"
5 Oct 200645 Bluelena
Wow damnnnnn, this is so good... Like you already know i'm not to great in landscapes so this is very ... Euhm... Damn .. Can't find the words ... I'm stunished

7 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "  thanks a lot for the compliment Lena,but i know you have the talent and skill to do some thing like this,as they say "practise makes perfect"...*(and i'll still be practising when i'm in the old peoples home for fustrated artist,lol)*and thanks again for dropping by Lena"
6 Dec 2006:-) Sdixon
Whoa... looks all cold and mysterious and... *shiver* Awesome! This would be a great setting for a story. Great colors, and lovely, lovely mist. How do you do the mist?

24 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "the mist is done in layers from back to forward as i'm creating the picture ,i'm not very good at explaining things,hope it helped you S. Dixon,and thanks for commenting ;0)"
11 Dec 2006:-) Sdixon
That's pretty amazing. It just looks so soft... I might have to try that sometime. I have acrylics, but when I paint, it's usually in watercolors. Thanks!

:-) Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "let me know if you do one ,cheers "S" and merry xmas ;0)"
19 Dec 2006:-) Sdixon
*tips nonexistant hat* You too! ...and a happy new year : )

:-) Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "lol, and a (belated)happy new year to you too S"
9 Jan 2007:-) Imola L Saraine aka Mio
Good concept, very good perspective, especially the depth, that is so well captured. I love the colours of it, both the focal and the background ones. The lightsources are so well defined. You did awesome here, a very emotional story urging scenery.

37 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "thanks Imola ,i'm glad you like it ,cheers ;0)"
10 Jul 2007:-) Pavel Kovalančík
Hi Taffy. great picture. Nice cold colours of the buildings. Nice background. Those clouds and some towers in far, really nice contrasting of those hot ones. Also the perspective is really great. And there are many details involved. Taffy is the man!

:-) Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "lol, cheers Pavel, and sorry about the delay in replying (kinda overstreched my self with other's sites)"
8 Feb 2008:-) Stephanie L. Barker
great picture...lots of effort

7 Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "thanks"
1 Mar 2012:-) Nelson Rodrigues
excellent job

:-) Randy taffy Linbourn replies: "thanks Nelson,appreciate the comment "
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 • Created by: :-) Randy taffy Linbourn
 • Copyright: ©Randy taffy Linbourn. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: City, Far, Flung, Scape
 • Categories: Architecture, Houses, Castles, etc
 • Techniques: Acrylics, Other
 • Submitted: 2006-07-13 13:31:05
 • Views: 1194
 • Resolution: 300x500

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