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Thread: Fraserīs shed

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    Fraserīs shed

    Well, I call it "Fraserīs shed" because fraser paice sent me the reference pic in late May after I posted something else. I normally wouldnīt post this in WIP since I think I can finish it in two or three more sessions.

    However, like Peter P (see below in WIP), Iīm not going to have access to a computer, much less AR, for about two weeks.
    (All AR: basic blackboard canvas, chalk.)
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    Last edited by ScottF; 08-20-2009 at 09:51 AM.
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    Oooh I can't wait Scott... Thanks mate...

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    That's a heavy canvas your using, looks interesting
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    Amazing. I'm always amazed at how you build your paintings seemingly one little square centimeter at a time, yet at the end everything is so perfectly integrated. Your method somewhat astounds me, given your always masterful results. The work already laid down indicates you've another masterpiece in the making.
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    Lookin good Scott.. As always..
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    Looks amazing so far, can't to see the finished product.

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