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    Another Barn revision Mar 14

    I may wash in some color later. Wanted to try something in B&W. So far I've used about eleventy-seven rulers.
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    The start announces another masterpiece, dear Bob! I like particularly the warm dark colours of the US agricultural States barns against the surrounding nature tints! I thank You in advance!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    beautiful start. beautiful work. It looks great already, but I can't wait to see the colored version of this.

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    Has a musical feel to me.

    Very cool.
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    lookin good

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    A combination of different grains for the foreground in chalk.
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    Well done Robert.
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    The ground is perfect for the way this is handled.

    I see it as being a division of the canvas into sections with their relative attributes. It's about patterns and shapes and relationships. Quite nice. The B&W really brings that quality forward.
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    The lighting looks to be wonderful. Amazing job on the foreground.

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    Cleaned up some edges ... added the trees ... not married to the weathervane :?
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