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Thread: How To Paint Water ? (Updated)

  1. #21
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    Great tutorial! Thanks for the tips on the water! Looking at your canvas size, I should work in a much larger format than I do. I usually start off very small, around 11"x14", maybe that's why I tend to be too detail oriented.

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    Hi Khalid,

    This is very great tutorial you made. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Thank you Lee....'not art teacher' just to share my idea here. You also have great idea can share together and thanks for comment.

    Thank you RobertSWade... this work as usual...not thoughtful

    Thank you RegnR8...for information, I always use large size; 42.67" x 32.00".I think 11"x14".. small size. We can get high quality image when use large image and easy to do with fine work.

    Thank you pai for appreciation.
    There are full of an artistic objects and environment surrounding us. So donít worry to get any idea for painting.....Khalid
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    My Tutorial : How to paint water? How to paint trees? How to paint waterfall?
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    in 30 minutes

    Khalid thank you for your tips!

    but i couldn't paint like you :P

    at least I try!

    you are doing something with the glitter gun but once again ,i couldn't find out how :P

    i love your paintings
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    Hi gioulin. I think, this is good experiment you have done. Everybody have own style for their painting, and you also have your own style. What you done here looks great, just you need to do with fine work for trees, tree trunk, branches, grasses etc. You must know, it's same shape and colors (or more dark) that opposite fall down in the water (for reflection). But it's different; water looks shine, but all object on the land looks rough. Thank you. I'm glad, you are interested in this tutorial.
    There are full of an artistic objects and environment surrounding us. So donít worry to get any idea for painting.....Khalid
    My Gallery : Khalid_ipda
    My Tutorial : How to paint water? How to paint trees? How to paint waterfall?
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    Talking Thanks!

    Thanks very much. Just had a quick go and this is what iv'e got so far.
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    Wow...this is good tried, Rich73. Well done for water. I think it's looks more beautiful if you made detail work for the boats and bamboo at foreground painting. Thanks for share your work.
    There are full of an artistic objects and environment surrounding us. So donít worry to get any idea for painting.....Khalid
    My Gallery : Khalid_ipda
    My Tutorial : How to paint water? How to paint trees? How to paint waterfall?
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    You amaze me..You make it look so easy but I know better.. It's a great help to see how you do it, now Ihave something to work towards...Thank you for a great tutoriual....

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    Thank you weembaman. I feel enjoy and glad to read your comment.
    There are full of an artistic objects and environment surrounding us. So donít worry to get any idea for painting.....Khalid
    My Gallery : Khalid_ipda
    My Tutorial : How to paint water? How to paint trees? How to paint waterfall?
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    The Other example for painting water

    This is one more sample to painting water. I used three layers, start sketch on layer 3, and second layer for foreground colors and first layer for background.
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    There are full of an artistic objects and environment surrounding us. So donít worry to get any idea for painting.....Khalid
    My Gallery : Khalid_ipda
    My Tutorial : How to paint water? How to paint trees? How to paint waterfall?
    My 2nd email:
    [email protected]

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