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Your colors are just beautiful, Rob! I've been looking at your Le Tour paintings, too. So nice!
thanks annthe honour of colour goes to nature,it is all thereyes busy painting the giro,tour of italia at the mothanks ann
arnt they the best, I keep getting blown away by the bluebells here too. You have caught them so well Rob.
I find it hard to get clusters of flowers to look right but you have got these flowers in the forground standing out from one another. Each is so distinct around the trunks, so delicate.annie
they drive me mad sarah,every year i can't paint nothing but blue bells i have to paint them,they last so short and don't get any easier...cheers!
annie i just paint colors don't even look what it is,just colors and values...your eyes are filling me in...thanks for the hard work,hehe
Great Rob. The effect of the strip of light that breaks through the trees is realy terrific.
thats what stopped me in my tracks dick,a ready made composition.bedankt!
I like the way you've painted quite a small patch of flowers, but given the impression of a wood full of them.
there's a background light here..and it's beautiful. You know how to choose a subject!
Enviously drooling, ...
I echo the comments above, particularly with regard to colour. Have you changed the colour of your underpainting? I love the recession and the way you have altered the value of the flowers as they move back in the scene. Do you do this with the addition of complementaries or something like Payne's?
it was a big wood full of them keith,now a few years ago i would have painted the whole lot,now a days i've learned my lesson,just be lazy,you can't do it all!
i had to walk around a bit for this one fabio,finding the right composition is one of the hardest part for me still
don't be silly rene,look what you took home from leerdam...
no mick it is still orange/pink.do you mean payes grey?if so,no way,i don't need earth colors to create mud,that happens by itself quite easely,hahahajust use a complimentary color to dull it down,maybe a bit of white but not to much...
Thanks Rob. Yes I was talking about Payne's Grey.
my pleasure mick,i used to ose p grey a lot,especially the racing cars,but don't need it any more,i find it more interesting mixing my own darks
I love the contrast of colors in this painting Rob. It's beautiful!
Gorgeous combination of colors!Simply exquisite :)
Beautiful Rob, just beautiful.
thank you kimyou should have seen the real scene,breath taking!
you know jennifer i love me coloursthanks for popping in
cheers lizi'm lucky to have these woods nearby
that blue is awesome
Great stuff Rob! I have also been enjoying your motor racing and cycling images
Hi, Rob- beautiful woods. Am also learning much from you comment responses about color and underpainting.
thanks celestei have to say my scannermakes the blue a bit stronger than is...
thanks for letting me know michaelglad you enjoy my work!
my pleasure liz,ask away!sure i could learn something from you too!
Such sweet images and beautiful colors!!! I love it!!Nice post too..thanks for sharing....--JackYou cannot go wrong on the best security systems
jack you are giving yourself a bad name!
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