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It looks a lot like an old Austin Van the cousin one of the Morris minor Van.So you could say your walking on thin ice here, .... heheheVery moody Rob, love the greenish metal glow of the car.
Love the colours and texture on the van. Subtle colour shifts here are a pleasure. Am I correct in thinking that the highlights on the shed walls are produced by scraping?
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The van is spot-on. You've caught that effect of old weathered paintwork.
You have the most amazing way of capturing light - this old van is just lazing in that sunshine!
hehe i had to think of your Austin Van,painting this,renewich ofcourse is the best Van in the world!!
yes mick i like a bit of scrapingthe result depending on the toned canvas ofcourse...btw i should finish that pole,a bit too sharp!
uh thanks oprina...i guess
that was the main attraction keithsomething i hadn't tried before.struggled a bit at first,than scraped it off a bit (mick!)and the underpainting showed the rust...bit lucky there
lazing in the sun shine,i love that liz,i was lucky i cought this scene so late in the day...
You captured a really nice mood with all of the light and atmosphere. Beautiful again and again.
Morris Van!! Rob heheheA Morris Minor Van from 1968,A 4 cylinder 1048 CC automobile that does 0 to 100 in, ....oops I never reached that speed hehehe
thanks fabio!evenings are so nice to go out for a painting,da light is the best...
Rene van Van!
Agree with Rene, a great moody painting here Rob. Abandoned cars - makes you wonder what sights they saw in their time.
hi sheilamood is goodyes the older the car,the more character it seems to have...
Lovely light, wonderful job capturing the mood (and the Welsh poppies!)Faye
Just found your blog, I really like your use of colour, lovely paintings.
It's great Rob. I especially love the contrast with your race cars. Like an old work horse out to pasture (or rather stuck in the barn in this case). Beautiful light.
hi fayearn't welsh poppies lovely,like little yellow lights...
thank you diana,the colors are all out there...i just put them down,haha wish it was that easy!
the light was what is was all about liz,the car just happend to be there...cheers!
This is very good.
thank you duprei very much!
Love the fishing painting and I don't care if it is salmon or trout!! Just beautiful!!
hehe marian,i wouldn't even know the difference!cheers
The combination of the impressionistic feeling and the car subject matter is great. Very well painted.
hi stefan!great,getting a compliment of you
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