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Sjeesus, ... en ik maar denken dat ik kon schilderen!! Omg, .. and all the time I thought I could paint, ....They are both stunning Rob, ...(hahaha, Word verification = Supur )
Love them both - the bottom one especially grabbed me. With the onset of winter I am now driving home in the dark - not my favorite thing to do especially with so many deer moving around right now. Your painting could have been done from my own dashboard -
don't be silly rene
cara,i think it is something we all are familiar with,even worse when you leave in the morning and it is dark too,here you have to avoid lorries running wide round the corners...
...Vibrant and loose..Gotta love that. :-)Are these the "new' open acrylics, Rob.? Take care..
hey frank!great to hear from youno these are just your old run off the mill quick drying acrylics...don't see the point of slow drying acrylics...i like them cos they dry quick!if you want slow,might as well use oils...much nicer!
I love to the top painting Rob - gorgeous!
well,thank you katherine,that is so nice to hear!nothing beats the light shining through autumn leaves...
Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such an encouraging comment. I like watching your developing seasonal atmospheres.
my pleasure diane,we all need an audience...
Rob, dude, keep your hands on the steering wheel! people should not paint and drive, how many times do i have to say that! Even if it gives such an awesome result!Nice Rob
sorry wiele i'm driven by paint!glad you think it was worth it!cheers mate
stunning, keep painting while you drive...well worth it!Love the frosty misty morning ones too.
hi sarah,i'll keep taking the photo's...only paint in the car while standing still....frosty winter mornings are my fav...you must have them down yours as well now!
love it. Did you have the box against the steering wheel? Just kidding. But the camera on the dash is a trick of mine too.
only when parked mary.i prefer to paint on location,but sometimes photo's are safer...thanks!
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