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    Abruzzo "Jungle" WIP (Italian Landscape)

    One layer, a reference picture and the same approach of Gran Sasso Mountain. Suggestions are welcome.
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    Really excellent and more invention.

    Well done Caesar. You seem to have a good rapport with nature.

    I also liked your mountain.
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    Doing stuff like this is going to make me unleash my impasto paintings!

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    Very nice Caesar.. Just a pleasure to look at..
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    We'll see if I will keep it promising till the end.
    I do not have patiente to go fully real details like Rick.
    I do not feel sure planning an effective and shining three layer Kahlid style one.
    I cannot get the subtle tones of Pete.
    I'm not at all sure I can produce a wonderful abstract interpretation as it is the case of Ubuntu.
    I did not want to use glitter unless I really need it and makes the difference, perhaps on the near field.
    Since my highest ability used to be pencil drawings, I'm a little lazy and I do not want to stock too many WIPS, I have to use those traits to speed-up and enhance the outcome. So this style,dear DA, is consequent somehow.

    Thank You all for encouraging me, dear friends!!
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    Poppycock and boulderdash, son!

    What a load of rubbish . . .

    Compliments all around and all that, but you're not lazy.
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    Don't make me go to the whip. This is too good not to finish. :evil:
    Just kidding of course. At this point it's looking very Khalid-like.

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    Just becaus it was Kahlid "fault" if I started with landscapes, Bob! :lol:

    OK, DA, don't get angry, I'll shut my mouth! :lol:
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    Oh that's a beauty Caesar. What a great view.

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    Ops .. Thanks Albert. I had the home computer out of order recently!
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