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Those greens in your painting are fantastic--! Your painting has just the perfect amount of information. Beautiful! Thanks for including a photo from the spot too..an extra bonus..it's such a pretty place. :)
thank you celestei'm a bit dissapointed with how the greens came out in the scan,they should be more varied,never mind ,it is good to share
Astonishingly beautiful. At once exciting and peaceful. If you don't mind, this image will reside on my monitor for a while :)
Thanks for including the photo. It showed me how you altered the colours to make the painting so much more exciting, something I still struggle with. Beautiful painting.
sure dar,enjoy!and thanks
i didn't edit the colors to much bonnie,blame the difference on my scanner...the scene was exciting enough,with the early light and long shadows...
very atmospheric rob: i am often frustrated by the resulting photo of a painting as they rarely match the original and often some colours are quite jarring on the screen. but this is beautifully done. how do you paint and teach?
It doesn't look a very interesting subject in the photo, but you've made a beautiful painting of it.
You really caught the glow from the sun in this painting. I particularly like the way the stream leads into the painting and the trees and fence keep me looking around.
Wasn't it a glorious day! Your painting says it all. Beautiful. x
yes rahina it can be frustratingsometimes the picture even looks better than the painting...but never the same.how do i teach and paint?i teach by example...hope that doesn't sound arrogant
well keith you probably know,one of the hardest bit is finding the right subject,spot,light atmosphere etcand with a large group,it is even harder,so we were pleased with this little scene,mind you in holland they would die for a bit of nature like this...
that was the idea kim...you are a good student! hehe
yes gillian,it is dull and freezin now againlooks like we caught the best couple of hours of the week!
Just love those greens and the underpainting makes them sing.
Fantastic sense of spring sunlight in this one, Rob.
it is good to have more colors than green in your greens mick,thanks!
if there is light,i'm happythanks michael
ah sigh..... it's lovely Rob. And looks so fluid and fresh. I'm learning.... thankyou.
thanks rosiei think you are doing very well!
Hi there Mate!.... Yegads!.... Greens???? Only in salad bowls here!HAHA!! Just got another 10cm of snow here over the weekend! going to be a while till we see what you have there!In any event... a lovely plein air sketch... very painterly treatment and great atmosphere! You have certainly captured that first fresh sigh of Spring!Good Painting!Warmest regards,Bruce
hehe before you know it bruce,its summer and all the greens are the samegood luck with the white stuff for now...
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