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Thread: A Yorkshire Lane

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    A Yorkshire Lane

    Traditional English watercolour ~ AR3 I mainly used the gloop pen for this painting.
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    Brilliant Jules, its just brilliant. I feel as a Yorkshire lass that I have walked down that lane in many places.
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thank you Coops
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    Wondefull Jules. When I see this I miss Great Britain... Maybe I will burn my hands on the typical Yorkshire Dales landscape soon with the stone walls and sheep.

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    Oh cool. Of course this is what the gloop pen is for. Why didn't I figure that out before? Excellent use of the gloop pen. fantastic idea, and wonderful result.
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    Excellent work Jules.You handle watercolor with class.Super.
    Marty

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    WOW! This is magnificent Jules! If I had four thumbs they'd all be UP!

    Da go Te'
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    Jules, this is such a pleasure to look at. Wonderful work and in such a hard brush as watercolor is. Congratulation...i like it a lot.

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    Thank you everyone, I may do some mini tutorials, Ive been experimenting for days with different tools.
    You can view all my other artwork here http://spookyjules.blogspot.co.uk/

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    A proper watercolor look! Really looks like the medium.

    Very nice painting. I assume you've done watercolors a lot cause it looks well practiced in the way one applies that kind of paint for effects as in the sky and brick.

    EDIT: HOLY CRUD! I just looked at the clock on the tower and this is DEFINITELY After Nine.
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