Dude, sven you are a freak. I had my fiance pick two number at random and she picked 73 & 88.
So you win, I guess it's destiny since you bought that piece and also the other winner is benvan.
Congrats guys...you have one week to pm me your address before the prize is forfeit.
sure i'm a freak, but it was the equally freaky old fart that bought the piece not moi
you've got my addy from the yoskay thing. damn, i'm 3 times lucky on our forum competions at the moment.! your wife picked 2 rhyming names as well - svenman and benvan, plus we both have the same job, have both recently lost our jobs, and both recently found new ones. thats freaky!
so, what was the shape we were guessing on? thanks again boss!
Yeayup... here is a little breakdown of the piece, it isn't the exact symmetrical geometry... but just to give you a good idea of what is going on, highlighting the spots that connect the underlying geometrical lines :
... All of the great old masters used geometry in the underlying structure of their paintings. Creating sacred harmonies that exist in the growth and structure of all things. The shapes I used in the painting above are extremely basic compared to the complexity of the old master painters work. It is pretty fascinating stuff... I definitely recommend researching old master paintings, they got extremely complex in the underlying geometry. A beautiful and perfect base for what was to be painted above.