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Thread: The quiet night

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    The quiet night

    Some light effect practice again.
    Still love to do light.

    Watercolours in AR3 demo.
    Added the tree in photoshop, and edited the shadows in the front also with ps.
    Uploading destroyed the allready not so good quality, hehe.

    Hope u like it!
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    I like it a lot. In fact, the tree and moonlight by itself makes a complete painting all by itself
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    Terrific work I like the moon light thru the tree.
    Valerie

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    That thump you heard was my jaw hitting the desktop. Fortunately, I missed the keyboard.

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    This is an awesome painting. I love the moon peeking through the trees.
    Is that a bon fire at the bottom of the painting? cool
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    This is great IQ! It has a deep feel to it that really resonates something in me. Value can make or break a painting and in this case it totally makes it!
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    Nice work. I could get paranoid there.
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    I like it too. very moody piece. reminds me of camping outdoors. nice!

    side note: when you click on it to make it larger the pixelation goes away.

    yes spellchecker pixelation is a word.

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    Woah, all these nice comments

    Thanks everyone!
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