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    Spring

    This is my first painting.
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    ahhhhh too small to really critique. I like it though. Is it fair to say its cute?

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    yes, ofcourse you can say it's cute! I use this for the first time, and I am not good in drawning, so I won't be making good paintings. But I like it, and I hope I can learn from other people. I like paintings from grandma moses and so, and that' what I try to do. Ofcourse I can 't paint so good like she, but I like her style. Her paintings are is happy, colorfull, and simpel, and I like that. So can you give me advice. Sorry about my english I'm not good about that to. ops:

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    I like it too.

    Have a good time with it. That's all the advice I have. And you can make the pics a bit bigger unless you're doing miniatures.

    I like Grandma Moses too. She was probably was/would have been surprised that she became so famous. She just painted for the sheer joy of it. Perhaps we can all be inspired by her in that as well.

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    It's a delicious and fresh miniature, so I'm absolutely sure You'll soon exploit in many interesting ways AR possibilities!
    I looked at the Grandma Moses, so I had the opportunity to learn of her. Thanks!
    According to the classification we have here (overseas as You say perhaps), she's apparently a "naif style" painter, with no implied offence on the term (You never know), and a very good one indeed.
    The most famous case of a superb self-taught artist was the Douanier (customs officer) Rousseau; in Italy we had Antonio Ligabue (comparable top level in my view), a sort of Van Gogh type psychologically speaking.
    I would invite You to see paintings of both of them, should You not have done as yet!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    You bet that is great to see you painting. I have an online friend who makes a living doing small little impression landscapes. It's a great little blog to visit to see what can be done in a small format. I love her work.
    I added a link to her blog:

    http://small-impressions.blogspot.com/

    Welcome!

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    Thank you all for your support.
    I have problem for painting trees, any suggestions please?

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    Check out the Tutorial Central thread in the Tips and Tricks forum. There's tutorial by Tinzo on painting trees. Lots of other good stuff too. Yeah, like D Akey says: just have fun with it. Nothing wrong with this image for sure ... keep at it and you may well surprise yourself.

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