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    Vino

    This must be addictive, I can't seem to put it down.. (the painting that is)

    Calzgal, don't know if this is quite what you are looking for, but it is basically the way I paint a grape.. I normally have 30 to 45 minutes in each grape.. Hope this helps..
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    The way you execute grapes and glass, I hope you NEVER put it down! (stylus, software or subject!)

    Love watching you progress through a work.

    *selfish request*

    I don't suppose we could se one grape go trough it's birth? They are so luminous and organic. Just itching to see how you lay down color.

    *end selfish request*
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    Yippie skippie! More vino and grappa. Bacchus is smiling down on you I'm sure. As well as you do these, you could probably make a living just off of them. I can't wait.

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    Thank you Calzgal and Robert..
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    Rick,

    Thanks for the mini tutorial!!! (Ive just copied it for future reference.) Like calzgal, it would be nice of you to show the birthing process, even though its more interesting after the fermentation process.

    RSW: I havent had grappa for a couple of years--Id almost forgot about it, though it is very common here. Now Ive got a hankering for the taste.
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    THANK YOU RICK!!!
    That is technique that's stuck in my pocket now.
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    The grapes look delicious. I'm hungry all of a sudden

    And the tutorial is also great.

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    Thanks y'all..
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    nice..
    i just can't wait to see your painting done!!!!
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    Rick, you are such an enormous talent, it is fascinating to see how you proceed with your work. The anticipation of seeing another one of your paintings is such a pleasure.

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