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Thread: Town on the hill

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    Town on the hill

    Imaginary view in watercolours.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Really beautiful Cesare you have certainly mastered that water colour effect such a beautiful view

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    Makes me feel like I am right there very nice.

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    This looks cool Caesar
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    Thank You dear Amanda! I can do almost everythong with watercolours now that i discovered quite a number of tricks, but highly speedy, unplanned (see by progressively painting around a vague idea), no reference watercolours could hardly have better results from my present painting capabilities ...

    Half closing the eye could perhaps make the feeling a little better, dear Greeneyes! Thanks a lot!

    Glad You like this style too, dear Evart! Thank You!
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    Great painting Cesare, look a warm and inviting place.
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Yes, very nice Caesar, beautiful landscape and beautiful painting also your imaginary very very nice.
    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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    Another fine and lovely painting.

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    Especially now that You had such a snowy winter, dear Katie!
    My country (my imagination is affected by our views) is not just sun and sea and warm weather at all, but in a way it's still a warm and inviting place, hopefully for some other decades ...
    Thank you very much!

    Thank you, dear Kahlid! I'm not a landsape painter, a genre where You are a master (I don't even know which kind of painter I am), but You ca bet I love nature and nice human architectures and settlements ...

    Very kind of You to say so, Dear Paul! I started it after I saw Alien's first attempt with watercolour. I tried to quickly double-check that my tips where right with another watercolour landscape painting after sometime.
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    That is a fantastic painting Caesar, that is what I want to do, I will try to get as good as that. Practice Practice practice!

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