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    Few Vessels

    Morning all
    recently finished a few vessels inspired by the work of George Watkins, the sizes are 160mm high x 110 wide for the smaller ones and 185mm high x 125mm for the bigger one
    c&c welcome
    Andy
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    Quote Originally Posted by apw43 View Post
    Morning all
    recently finished a few vessels inspired by the work of George Watkins, the sizes are 160mm high x 110 wide for the smaller ones and 185mm high x 125mm for the bigger one
    c&c welcome
    Andy
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    WoW love them.... what are the painted with?

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    They are exquisite,futureistic and painterly special Andy. Worth a fortune IMHO.

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    Very cool
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    I really wish I had an artistic flair.
    Really like them.
    Keep the piccy's coming.

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    A great job Andy. I like them all
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    Very nice Andy, I like them a lot.
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    A great job Andy.

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    Truly exquisite Andy

    Might I ask what medium you used? It looks like ink
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinMc View Post
    WoW love them.... what are the painted with?

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    Thanks Kevin, the background is a matt white acrylic spray and the colours are acrylic ink
    hth
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