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    Street scene

    IŽm trying something different here--no missions, no stucco bits. YouŽll get no history with this one. I donŽt even know where it is. Just an interesting reference pic I found on the web.

    I wasnŽt going to post a WIP on this one, but I fear that the remaining bit is going to take me longer than the rest has up to this point. IŽve never tried my hand at wheels and spokes. Luckily the horses are in deep shadow.

    All AR: basic canvas, oils, some palette knife.
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    That looks lovely already Scott!
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    Thanks michaelw! WeŽll see what happens with the round bits.
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    At least you can keep painting 'til they're right!
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    by the way it looks like an interesting new direction!
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    Nice job scott, That will be an interesting painting when done. I like the darkness of night...

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    Dear Scott,, oooo, sort of Charles Dickens'y!!!! a few snow flakes and a holly wreath and walla!!!! Christmas!!! very pretty!

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    Yes, Scott... Nice job... A new Scott style... Good!
    Regards from Chile
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    Chicago, IL, 9 o'clock on Sunday evening, October 8, 1871. Mrs. Leary is just finishing up the evening milking and there is a feeling of portent in the air.
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    Fantastic atmosphere here Scott.


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    Thanks weembaman, Lee, dámaso, and Robert for taking a look at this in its relatively early stages!

    Lee: love the comment about the Dickens quality; been looking to find something to do related to that era. (I spent nearly five years living with all things Dickensian while I wrote my dissertation.)

    Robert: your storyline is interesting. Perhaps it wasnŽt a cow after all. Maybe the light in the upper middle window is the little girl with candles that Nabil Saleh painted so wonderfully.
    Last edited by ScottF; 10-14-2008 at 08:51 PM.
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