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The Brush II by neosynthetic The Brush II by neosynthetic
The Brush 2

This is the *only* brush used in the following paintings.
In some (few) instances, a second brush was used for finer details. When I do texture work, I generally stick to a single brush to abuse.

- 2006 -
Snow Escaping
Icon I
Sol
Rising
Dark Flame
Firestorm

- 2007 -
Triad I, II, III
Snow Falling on Midnight Grass II
The Return to Decay
The Entanglement of Snow and Grass
Strata I
Phoenix
Death of an Iris I
Swamp Life I, II
Eclipse
Below the Horizon
Tumult
Pouring I
Gales II
Alchemy I
Push
Fire Clouds
Subtle
Blaze
Green Chasm
Labyrinthine I, II
Eagerly Growing
She Bled Gold
Terra
Bad Nectar
Steampunk I


Mastic and acrylic on gallery stretched canvas.
Original piece. Signed both front and back by artist.

Size: 14 x 18 inches.

Year: 2008

Artist:
Justin Maylone

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Given 2008-10-03
*neosynthetic creates an incredibly textured and simply brilliant painting in The Brush II. ( Suggested by fangedfem and Featured by limnides )
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dholms Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
man this is epic.
no wonder it's a DD.
it's like a statement on art itself.
the brush symbolic of the sun.
sun giving us light.
enlightenment.
light is knowledge.
'more light' said Goethe on his death bed, as he pled for more enLIGHTenment.
light helps up to see.
enhances our vision.
we seek vision.
the noun form of vision defined as the act or power of anticipating that which will or may come to be.
which leads one to visionary.
and that, my neo brethren, leads us to,...
you.

miss my babbling J?
heh.
yeah. few do.
be that as it may there have been a few here at DA that has shed some,...light,...with regards to my
artistic direction.
i thank you for your contribution.
:heart:

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wordsRimportant Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2011
I don't know what I'd use this for but I LOVE IT!!! Thanks
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neosynthetic Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Use?
Thanks?
What do you mean?
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steller-dreamer Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2010
This painting to me is ironic because the last painting I did was with the same brush. I am in love with it and your art.
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neosynthetic Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Loew & Cornelle, 2" wood handle and horse hair?
When I use them, they lose about 1/2" or so of their length due to the abuse on the textures. I love it. :D
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somuchluv Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
i remember that you said that mastic was like tile glue. but do you buy it at the art store, or do you just go to a hardware store?
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neosynthetic Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
hardware store :)
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somuchluv Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
it was easy to find once i played dumb blonde.
:lmao:
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Zaichick Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
that is just amazing! I don't have the words for how it makes me feel.
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substar Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2008
WOW :-)
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