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Thread: Garden Path

  1. #1
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    Garden Path

    Much more to do..
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    I see your of to a great start, can't wait to see the end result, I'm sure it will be fantastic as your other paintings are...

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    I agree with Weembaman--you´re off to another great start. At least it´s not the "primrose path."

    (Take a look a Milton´s Paradise Lost if you want to figure out that allusion. )

    Again, you´ve got some wonderful textures that I´d love to figure out. Looking forward to the finished project.
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    Thank you guys..
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    Just can't keep waiting .... so promisingly good since now!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Looks quite nice so far.
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    And on which side is the garden
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Oh - VERY EARTHY - great texture and atmosphere! Can't wait to see it finished!

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    Great start. I really like your technique. It seems you do a lot of detail early in the painting. I can't wait to see the finished work.

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