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Purkinjie Print B by xCINNx Purkinjie Print B by xCINNx
I have many things waiting to be shown. Various sketches, prints, and other stuff. I have, however, forgotten that I have several prints of this one that I like better than what I posted before. This is another print of the little corneal reflection fishes. Here is another Purkinjie image for you. Oil print on paper. I used a material this time that I think I will retire with this one. It is so much about finding one's stride, and what doesn't work so well. It is much like abandoning training wheels when you learn to ride a bike.
Much love for the now.
Me
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AxelFuu Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
that is cool that is going into my favs ^^
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xCINNx Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2012
Thank you, my friend. It was my last attempt to carve with "rubber". But it was ok I think, in the end.
I am so glad you like it. :D
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AxelFuu Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
NP ^^
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xCINNx Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
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AxelFuu Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
^^
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EmoWolf26 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
So pretty ._. ♥
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xCINNx Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012
Thank you, dear. :D
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ArtBYbeverly Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ahhh the beloved training wheels...how I miss those sometimes when I'm trying out something new lol. But, if we didn't make mistakes along the way, then creativity would come to a stand still I guess! I really like this David, I think it turned out great :)
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xCINNx Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012
Thank you......
I have come to both love and accept my mistakes. It has almost become my "style". When I skated more often, which is when I would have called myself a skater, I earned the nickname of "sketch". It is funny now, but it was mostly because though I could pull off tricks, I usually only barely did. It always seemed that I would bite it, and I got a little skilled at constantly almost doing exactly that. But you are right. Failure is the greatest teacher and the mother of persistence. Given that, by my record, I must have learned quite a bit in my little lifetime. Training wheels are for those that haven't graduated to the bigger bruises. :D
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ArtBYbeverly Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I am the same, I embrace my mistakes because It makes me better and more aware the next time :) How fun that you skated, it's very popular here, and I see a lot of girls skating too more so than I've ever seen...a good thing! Yes, training wheels can only prevent and give us temporary confidence, until we take them off and face our fears head on. But once we have, what a feeling of liberation and jubilation, and a "YES I CAN DO IT, ALL BY MYSELF" feeling haha!

Have a wonderful weekend Dave
:heart: and :huggle:s
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