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Rob--I'm back after a long absence, but it was great to catch up with your work. I find the "step by step" post helpful, however incomplete. I like the "gesture" work. I always start out that way but get sucked up by the details before I really finish the gesture work. One can get really fouled up that way, but I'm getting better. Check out my recent posts.
Hi Rob. It`s a great warm up painting. At first I thought it was a pastel painting which would have been unusual for you mate. All the best Rob.Vic.
Lovely tempter, can't wait to see the rest.
Great warming up! Do not get overheated, Rob!
Aah your wonderful landscapes are back after that hectic 'tour' you went on. Beautiful Rob.
And a very good warm-up it was too, Rob. Tony has just posted a link on pleineire.ning.com to a load of photos of the festival (http://pix.ie/tonyrobinson/album/384440).
i do excactly the same jack,i should stop one stage before it is finished...good to see you back!
yes it was a good warm up allright victor,soon after the weather turned bad and never got better!cheers vic
you don't have to wait long mick!
no worries dick,after this one the rain came down
good to see you back too liz,cheers!
thanks for the pics michael,so nice to see everyone back!
A great piece, Rob, it looks to good to be a warm up! Good choice of composition, my eye really travels into the piece and through the archway. Very good use of light as well, well done!
you are to kind carolinei think this one turned out the best,i'm more comfortably with scenes like these
Groeten Rob,Nice to see some of your work again. I enjoy the paintings of Wales. Canone hear your interview with the TV crew?:-)
hey andrewhow nice to hear from you againi took the picture,not the interview,lol
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