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Thread: River Run Steps

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    River Run Steps

    A couple of comments on the finished work prompted me to do this.
    It's all WC brush and knife.
    Brush: pressure 90, thinners 0, loading 100, color bleed 50, paper wet off, instadry off, autoclean on.
    Knife: wet, pressure 90, falloff, drip size, drip spike, drip spread, and color drag all 50.
    Default paper.
    Here's the sketch but don't get married to it. I stopped using it about half way through as it no longer matched where I was headed.
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    Sky and far ground ...
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    Ok. Piece of cake. Now the real work begins. Each progression is composed of several layers of small strokes massaged with the knife and merged.
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    marching right along ...
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    ... and bringing it home.
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    ... and here's a color palette for you.
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    sweet tute! Thanks Robert! Camtasia and you would be a great mix. Tout de suit!

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    Thanks for sharing, Robert! Its interesting to see the steps all in one place at one time. Oh, and a very fine painting, by the way.
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    Your distant mountains are great. I find it extremely difficult to choose the correct color. I am always either to blue or to purple or not blue enough.
    Thanks for the tutorial.

    I like the finished product.

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    Terrific Robert, thanks for posting this. Amazing to me you are able to work and near complete a section at a time rather that be working the whole painting at once. Scott seems to work that way too, and some of Bumbles demos are the same. Blows my mind. I seem compelled to be all over the canvas throughout each stage.

    Beautiful work and, for me it seems a remarkable process.
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