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Moonlight Mixed Media by Branko Jovanovic

Moonlight is a mixed media by Branko Jovanovic which was uploaded on March 21st, 2012.

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Jim thank you for visit and wonderful comment, I'm glad you like it

fascinating image, part graveyard, part starry night

thank you Chana :)

This has a strength and lightness at same time. f

thank you Ana :)

FSA thank you so much for featuring my work in your group Gothic Romance

Really like this. Voted/faved.

Branko Jovanovic replied:

Thank you very much Rachel:)

Wow, I am even more impressed now!!! I'm intrigued with the drypoint and now I'm going to have to look up the Aquatint!! I'm thinking you use it as a wash maybe? You're welcome and I don't think my analysis is better. I think you should look at your work to see that it inspired my analysis. :)

Branko Jovanovic replied:

Lil thanks :) do not has nothing to do with money but has to do with the asphalt and acid by the way ... I'm glad that I am interested in your dry point :) I wish you all the best

Branko, thank you very much for visiting my site and having such nice comments. At first, I was going to comment on another of yours but this is so special, I couldn't stop myself. This is a dreamy work and I'm not sure what Dry Point and Aquatinta are since I'm more the whole watercolor person but the shadings and feel, whimsical, yet somehow sacred are very intertwined. You've put so much great texture and interest in this, it could take a very long time to figure it all out but I feel there are signs which you understand and the rest of us need to just react to and have our own interpretation. This is a wonderful work. Vote/Fav

Branko Jovanovic replied:

Lil Thank you for such a beautiful analysis of my graphics, beauty is in the eye of the beholder :) in your eye, this little black picture looks even better than it is ... Dry point is a technique in which the steel sharp lines drawn on the metal plate and full color ... drawing to be deleted using the paper and palm of your hand so that it remains only scratched paint on the metal ... across the plate (matrices) is placed damp cotton paper for graphics and it all goes through the printing press ....... Aquatint is a bit complicated, my English is very poor, so that suggests that Google is much smarter than me :)

thank you Gun

Cool work!

thanks a lot Amani..... it's aquatint technique ... graphic line is asphalt and fields unprotected corrosive nitric acid .... a bit complicated but very interesting to work :)

very nice painting

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