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You've got the values perfect in this.
Well it's nice to see a bit of yellow anyhow. There's a nice impression of the sunshine as well; better than in the photo.
I don't know how you managed to make that scene look inviting but you did it!
thanks mickjust wich my scanner could get them as right as me...lol
daffodils are nearly there keithconsider this a warm up
it was just such a nice day yesterday gillian,a shame they weren't workingi'm sure a lot of dust would have made it even better
Diggers for daffodils. What a lovely thought...
daffodils for diggers...even bettercheers susan
Hopefully the real thing soon? In the meantime you've transformed that road scene - terrific!
Gidday Mate!... HAHA!! "You" my friend... can make a pothole look inviting! When one views the photo version of the site that you chose to paint... and compares it to the final outcome... one can easily understand... the true magic... and freedom one feels... in being outside to paint! A lovely Spring "bouquet'... has this little gem!Good painting!...and Happy Spring Rob!Warmest regards,Bruce
here's hoping too lizsoon there will be to much to paint!
yes more about feelingsthan subject bruce,reallycheers mate!
Hooray for spring--! This is a happy looking painting!
Aaaah I see you're still making good use of the pochade! Lovely Rob, glad you are painting outside so now and then.Good one!
hope i made you happy too celeste!
your pochade is one of the delights of painting outside rene!it is lasting well!4 years or so...
I love the lighting in this one! The painting is much nicer than the scene you were working from; that's the mark of a real artist. : )
Sorry, that last post was from me, not "bsealey."My husband is always logged in on Google and I never seem to catch it until the message has been sent!-Leslie
nice to hear from you leslie...and your husband lol!yes the light was amazing that daywich made the whole scene.thank you
Hi Rob.Sorry I haven`t been visiting. But I have caught up and all your latest paintings are simply amazing and beautiful. I have given you ten out of ten for them. Such beautiful colours and subjects. Well done Rob and all the best.Vic.
no worries victori haven't been very attentfull myselfand thanks for the 10,i'll put it somewhere safe...cheers!
Clever you Rob! You are not afraid to "really" see (which is not the same as "see") in my book. Oh, that yellow!
Here in Oregon daffodils started blooming the middle of last month and have survived snow and bitter freezing. They are blooming still. The leaves are beginning to catch up. This week we had a 60 mile an hour wind storm and they still survived and look so perky. They deserve to be painted standing in near flooded flower beds. You inspire me to go paint them.
yes the yellow sheilathe color of hopethank you
that would be great dianelook for ward seeing those though little trompets!
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