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Thanks, Rob, for showing us that you don't have to go to the bulb fields to find beautiful colours.By continuing the blue into the tree behind, you have made that sunlit patch seem really bright.
Aaaahh now here is the proof you're run out of Cad Red !!!
This is really beautiful - and the Unicorns, wow!
Brilliant and beautiful painting Rob. And I wish I had a mop of hair like yours. All the best Rob.Vic.
beautiful painting... it heaves with the delights of a spring day! and of course that photo is brilliant!
glad to see you got some bluebell time Rob :) (when i first saw the photo the unicorn seemed to be accompanied by an elephant.....). Happy springtime, Rosie
Hi Rob, I like blue, good touch.A hug
no you don't have to go anywhere keith,as long as the light is good....
yes soon it will be only green rene...
that is not my hair vic...it's my brush holder,lol
that picture is better than the painting rahina,despite me being init!!
thank hmuxo,much appreciated!
i can see the elephant rosiehave you done some painting!?
thanks for the hug concha
Hi Rob!.... Wonderfully rich and dramatic use of colour... in both places!Just proves that colour comes from the heart... and mind...out of a pure sense of imagination and joy!Unicorns you say?....Paint on!Good painting Warm regards,Bruce
yes a lot of passion in the woods bruce...spot bruce...again!
I really like how you solved the lights and shadows.
thank you ismo...that was the main player in this painting...
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