Title: Mazurka
created on 06 Mar 14

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1. chelydra wrote:
 Mazurka is a Polish folk dance, brought to America and spreading like wildfire around their adopted country.
2. chelydra wrote:
 I left out "by war refugees" in the sentence above. Took a cue from artdillon in taking on this subject, and soon discovered that all her muscles and bone structure were boiling down to mere cellulite in the TD cauldron...
3. chelydra wrote:
 Maybe with a few preliminary pencil sketches and about ten hours (instead of ten seconds) of forethought, she'd look more like a Pole dancer and less like something strung up in a butcher shop.
4. artdillon wrote:
 hmmm...yes i can see from the pb how much of a struggle you had,never the less a good effort.
5. Normal wrote:
 The Mazurka is a beautiful dance - I've seen a crowd of them Mazurka across an entire football (soccer) field. I resent your attempt at humor with the pole.
6. Shanley wrote:
 the position of the arms is quite weird and the expression on her face as well, but other than that I think it's a nice outcome overall. :)
7. chelydra wrote:
 No offense intended. I just thought the Chopin connection (with Mazurka tunes) might give her a bit of class.
8. chelydra wrote:
 Oddly enough, the face and arms are pretty close to the image I was working from. It was shoulders, ribcage and pelvis that went awry — the familiar problem of cramming a vertical picture into a squarish space and fudging the compromised anatomy or
9. chelydra wrote:
 ....gn. (Like how all our TD starry nights lose the expansive, spacious, hypnotic rhythms of VanGogh's swirls.)
10. AFSOUTH wrote:
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12. hjjr wrote:
 ... because looks like she may slide down on her head, but VERY well done by the Master chelydra!
13. methusalinka wrote:
 just passing here this night, but did see this one, and saw the but....and need to say yet lately you done so many faces that tell all kinds of feelings - do it with their face
14. methusalinka wrote:
 here what I see is the core of what dance is. obaying the rythm love it far beyound and loving it past pain.this ia all shown here.how can you wish for more! godnat wave to you all linka
15. golehto wrote:
 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, all above !
16. suzze wrote:

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