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Thread: Looking west 4

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    Looking west 4

    I know, yet another stage. Its starting to take shape (I think).

    Got a good start on the water and filled in the rest of the brush and trees in the foreground. Ill keep you posted on how it goes from here. (I hear the groans already. :wink: )

    Comments always welcome.
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    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    Well, just some final master touch then and we'll enjoy this masterpiece fully! Bravo!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    You hear cheering from my side of the room! :wink:
    Enjoying the step throughs completely.
    Kathy LaFollett
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    foreground is beatiful.

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    Beautiful, waiting with baited fishing pole!

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    Steady on now. I know your heart's beating faster with each touch. Now is not the time to hurry.

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    Caesar, thanks for the kind words.

    Calzgal, glad you like it and seeing the steps.

    Jim Walsh, thank you. I think it turned pretty well.

    Lee, great irony. There wont be any fishing pole, but a couple of boats in the distance should turn up. :wink:

    Robert, you obviously know the process.
    I am taking my time with this, though as you suggest theres the urge to hurry along. I wont. When I find myself hurrying through some strokes after a few hours, I make myself stop.

    Thanks again to everyone!
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    Just hope that you know that, should you finish this at the level of expertize to which it has so far adhered, you've set the bar very high for anything we expect to see from you in the future. In other words: so far, this is brilliant beyond anything you've done to date. No pressure though. I'm pullin' for ya buddy.

    All kidding aside, this really is wonderful Scott.

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    It gets better and better and better, and I could go on and on..
    Robert is right, you are setting yourself one high bar..
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    Thanks Robert and Rick! Now youve got me nervous--hahahaha. :wink:
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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