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Old 03-09-2020, 10:01 AM   #21
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Hide vs. reveal




The word hide is closer to word harmony; while reveal is closer to real, art includes realism but not limited in realism...

THE SEDCRET IS by numerology, even# h=8, d=4 in hide vs. odd r=9, l=3 in real. Replace d in hide by g7, hug--squeeze /-kw-/ tightly in one's arms.
Similar: embrace, cuddle, squeeze, clasp, clutch, all contain odd number valued: r9,p7,w5,l3,s1.
Replace embrace by even value z, m, embosom, Hanzi cang is back.
There is more dark secret I will reveal in my book.
Harmony and order are related.
Harmony, balance, coherence, concinnity, consonance, orchestration, proportion, symmetry, symphony, unity... two or more vowels in a similar group are in dominance.
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Old 03-11-2020, 04:30 PM   #22
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Emergent vs. gradual

Emergent, sudden 突然 t2, by m4, d4,
Gradual 漸 j1, slow, restrained, step by step, little by little, progressive, successive,
continuous, systematic, regular, steady, consistent, more odd number value letters.
Sargent alternates these two cleverly.
gradational vs. gradual: /ei/ in scale vs. o,^ in slow, up.
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Old 03-13-2020, 12:49 PM   #23
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Your name may affect your style

Compare Ingres vs. Delacroix, Vermeer, Rembrandt vs. ?, Bouguereau, Eakins vs. Sargent and Mary Cassatt, Norman Rockwell, Wyeth vs. ? Repin vs. Surikov and Serov, Fechin
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Old 03-15-2020, 09:44 AM   #24
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question dense, dent, dental vs. denude...

Learning the word secrets can improve our art skill.
learn vs. lecture, leap vs. stand, lean vs. plumper, leaven vs. emergent, lead, lethargic vs. vivid, pleasant...
Test, the key is s1, l3,n5,p7, odd#
measure, key is m4, o6, and u, 2 parts, even #.
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Old 03-23-2020, 10:16 PM   #25
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Repin valued Serov, Fechin, etc. highly, yet Repin's work is sheer joy, and abounds in wit and technical bravura.
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One worthes 50?

Tsing Hua"s former president Jiang said: I can guarantee to train 50 engineers but not an artist. Not to say a breakthrough finding that I got fortunately. I must thank a hero in Chinese modern history, who is my grand uncle, who influenced and helped me indirectly, otherwise I might be dead in an accident.
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Old 06-20-2020, 10:45 AM   #27
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Graduate

for my 5th book on word secrets.
Sargent for beauty by Pinyin. Zorn and Sorolla for art.
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