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Uploaded: 04/14/17 12:05 AM GMT
Everyday I'm Shufflin'
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Reflective of the fact that time is relative at work. Every bit of it is hand drawn in CorelDraw.

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::casechaser
04/14/17 12:20 AM GMT
Merging the reality of black and white with the fantasy of color. I like the slow diagonal leading up to the snail, it too transitions from color to black and white. The snail itself forms an inverted apex with the trail to the left and the antennae pointing upwards to the right. A really neat illustration, Lisa.
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::tigger3
04/14/17 1:01 PM GMT
This turned out great! I think you have done a splendid job, and when it comes to work, that is how I felt so many time, I'm happy at being retired. :) tigs=^..^=
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.Dunstickin
04/14/17 1:13 PM GMT
Somewhat thought provoking Lisa....The older I am..this image conveys the way I feel!
Very nicely done!
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::Ramad
04/14/17 1:49 PM GMT
The sense of just dragging along slowly with difficulty is what I feel when I view this. Very well done Lisa.
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.quickshot
04/14/17 3:12 PM GMT
I don't know how you do what you do, but you do it better than anyone else I've ever seen. I just love everything you post. A very interesting slime trail and a very artistic shell. Bravo.
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::casechaser
04/15/17 12:40 AM GMT
Art is the provocation for talking about enigma and the search for sense in human life. One can do that by telling a story or writing about a fresco by Giotto or studying how a snail climbs up a wall. ~~ John Berger

We get wise by asking questions, and even if these are not answered, we get wise, for a well-packed question carries its answer on its back as a snail carries its shell. ~~ James Stephens

Will you walk a little faster
said a whiting to a snail,
There's a porpoise close behind us, and he's treading on my tail. ~~ Lewis Carroll
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::corngrowth
04/15/17 10:25 AM GMT
Although it has almost reached the end of your illustration, there's still a relatively long way to go for its destination.
Wonderful work, Lisa. You did a great job!
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.bfrank
04/15/17 8:53 PM GMT
Wow you captured just how I feel at work Lisa. When I'm at home time flies by at hummingbird speed but work slows it down to snail speed no matter how hard I work. Great job.
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Life's moments are sweet. I just want to capture all that I can of them.
::Constance52347
04/15/17 10:14 PM GMT
Well done! The shell really makes the whole image stand out.
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.Jhihmoac
04/15/17 11:46 PM GMT
Nice job here! Faved...
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::rvdb
04/17/17 8:36 PM GMT
Like this very well done.

Rob
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