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spotty banana

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Artist description:
in response to Billie's excellent question - some artists show contour of an object through use of negative space - this is describing the abstract "contour" of a spotty banana, using the abstract negative space of the reaction of the eater of it. ty
Flash Draw   Created Apr 05, 2008   470 x 338px    Unless noted Copyright 2008 SnowLion.

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SongOfTheForest  Jun 25, 2008


Winter Dragon  May 02, 2008

hey there is this really cool thing called draw chat! i draw something and you and a few other people add to it! what to do it with me? PLEASE

xmysenax  Apr 24, 2008

do you mean* damn proofreading lol

xmysenax  Apr 24, 2008

does you mean the blue banana shape shading? i know that blue and orange contrast, so it makes it pop more, right? its cool tho, before i knew what happened the drawing was done and i was like, "woah look at that little dude-thing guy!" cute tho *10*

icerose87  Apr 09, 2008

Wow, this is interesting...but I have no idea what your description is trying to say.

Billie  Apr 07, 2008

hahaha!! i think i got it! I hope i got it... back with an other 10, gonna fav this! it's really cool the way you brought it.

Winter Dragon  Apr 06, 2008

well this is differant! its cool! very nice!

melissa  Apr 06, 2008

you've really thought this trough, havent you?. what an explanation. had to read it like five times before getting what you said... but it's cool.

Billie  Apr 05, 2008

hmm where's the banana? or it's already in a far state of decomposing. funny draw

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