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Thread: Falling Water

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    Falling Water

    This is another study in the use of the knife - I just love how you can push paint all over the place!
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    Wowza! That is finesse and skill!!!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    Skylar this is excellent
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    Ev, Alex, Sketch - Thanks so much. This is an on-going series, I guess, where I practice the diff tools. It seems easiest for me to do landscapes, and that affords me the luxury of experimentation.

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    Skylar WOW This is Fantastic. Oh how Iwish I could do this. Just wonderful.
    Valerie

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    Excellent job. Tremendous waterfall.

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    Wow that is so nicely wet. Makes me long for a good pair of wellington boots and a stout walking stick.
    Be well,

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    I just love how you push that paint around, too, Skylar! This is just beautiful and you did the water just fantastically!

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    The sky colors and the hints of shadow colors give me the feel of surrealism. The ripples feel exactly right; most would have made them (mistakenly) horizontal.

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