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    Paint this scene in a different style

    Take this scene, which I did for the 30 minute challenge, and paint it in a different style or with different tools....ie, make it a watercolor painting or crayon drawing. You can add some details or change position of person in scene, if you want, but try to keep the same basic composition.....OK? Let's go paint!
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    Painting the hearts in green and purple.
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    I did This In Felt Pen...
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    Friendship is the song in your heart and friends are the ones who sing it back to you when you forget the words.

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    Levant, that's very clever! :lol: LOL Inserting 'yourself' in the scene doing a painting. But I hope people don't get the idea the challenge is to EDIT the painting at the top like in a relay .... the challenge is to paint another version that uses similar COMPOSITION but different ArtRage tools or a different style.


    Bumble...That's it....a unique and different version. I really like impressionism and pointellism....so I REALLY like this look you've created!
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    Simply love.
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    hmmmm.....interesting texture.

    Which tool did you use here, you didn't say? Looks a little like it's been run thru a PS filter.
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    hmmmmm.... you are so clever dear Mary!!!! No, I didn't use PS filter, I made it with Artrage pastels and draw that heart with Artrage oils. When I want to paint this scene I doubled it's size then reduce due to small size. Allright Injun?

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    Sorry Levent...I hope you weren't insulted by use of the word 'filter' LOL

    This is a really nice look with the pastels. I love the looseness you have.
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    Can I play too?
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    ooooo--pretty! Nice water pls8xx. Nice accent on the birch trees too.
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