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Topic: How do you develop a personal 'style'?  (Read 2459 times)
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« Reply #20 on: June 19, 2008 09:46:42 AM »

Thanks for posting this. It reminds me how free I am to do what I please and not to conform to one style. Not that I am downing people who do, I am just praising the reasons it is good to be without. Not having a 'style' I wouldn't know how to praise it, or I would!

You are welcome - and praise to you for having joy in yourself  Grin

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« Reply #21 on: June 19, 2008 07:13:54 PM »

i also think about this. i don't really have a style, at least when it comes to art. i wish I could find a particular was of doing things and stick with it, experimenting is fun, but my work is just a random jumble of things, and i like it when you have an artist who you can tell that they made it, it's all so neat. I dunno, you should probably ignore this post, it's 3.13 am and i am tired. Smiley

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