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  1. #11
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    I did it very quickly, it seems to me to be close to this other abstract flowers.
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Both are very pretty. Now we know why your colors are always so beautiful.

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    I'm loving this one! Great image.
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    I donīt know flowers, but the fuzzy bits on your last painting are super! "Fuzzy bits"?
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    Looks like pastel painting. Very soft. I like the color and the brush strokes.

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    Both are lovely flowers. I love your extended palette idea. I had no idea that it could be stretched that far to include so many colors. That is a very cool idea. Thanks for sharing that.

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    Thank you for your comments.
    gzairborne: I did a lot of palettes colours more or less interesting, some time I use one, sometime other, I try to find out for myself what I like the best.
    I would like to share those palettes , it's sorry that we can't upload .col files;
    to show the image is the only way that I can do that.
    In fact a big palette is not necessary useful , that dipends of the person ,
    if you are a colourist there are no problem because you are used to it, if not it make you loose time for nothing.
    At least is what I think about it.
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
    Daily Studio Notes , Daniela Ionesco-Fine Art

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    i love how the different tools in artrage give you as close to the textures as you possibly can. wonderful flower may i eat them? yum yum they also look like peaches cause of the colors.

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