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Thread: Painting Trees - My Experience

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    Great Tut, now you went from one image with the water painted with the same style as the tree, then in the next image it was all glassy and watery looking and um finished. How did you achieve the water look, with a pallet knife ?

    Would you mind explaining a little, as i believe the water really sets the painting off in my opinion
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    Thanks to weembaman, irishrose, byroncallas, yachris and Silentman for comments and appreciate my tutorial.
    To Silentman..simple technique to paint water, I think you can open my tutorial 'How to paint water' in artrage forum 'Tips and Tricks'.
    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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    Yeah thanks Kalid i'll check it out, what gets me is how it looks so dam meesy (the painting i mean) it always freaks me out when it looks like this lol, trying to hold it all together until the end, seeing the masterpiece through the mess
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    Thanks Silentman and
    thanks MICHELHUBERT, I hope can share my idea here. Thanks for comment.
    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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    Just saw the link to your tree tutorial on the update bit within artrage Khalid.
    Very fine tutorial, will help the art ragers here.
    Thank you for spending the time to enable us to see each step till the final master piece.

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    Thank you sandyg
    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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    Looks really great the tree's look astounding
    a verry helpful tutorial might i add ,and i keep
    loveing the thing you do with the water effect's
    keep up the great work

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    If I only ever paint one thing it will be water and thats thanks to your water tutorial.

    Now...if I ever paint 2 things then the tree will also be thanks to you

    thanks
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    great tut Khalid, thank you.
    Can you give us a little more explanations about the three layers cause I'm not shure to have understood what each of then contain ?

    thanks

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