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Posted on: November 5th, 2011 by dan 43 Comments

 

The above picture is an exploded view of the thumb tip from the bronze arm shown in  10.0th…Post…ThumbPrint... Here one can clearly see the shiny area where the prints’ ridges have been worn off.   Although, it is worn only at

Photo by: Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden,  ( #13 )

the point of contact.  The ridges fore and aft are still there.

One can also see the footprints (in the sand ) they are located near the center of the pad.  One can also see the direction of the ridges.

The partial print in the paint of my painting seems to show the footprints with the ridges properly aligned.

Let’s move on there is more to come….dan

 

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