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Thread: Trenten's fishing hole.... (reworked)

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    Trenten's fishing hole.... (reworked)

    What I thought as wonderful, seemed to have some flaws as I looked at it on my desktop.....so I took away, added a bit and changed a little. A little more definition in places.

    I think it's much better now. What do you think? Top one is the original.

    Hugggs, Julie
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    I agree. The first was very good, but the rework is much better.

    I do that a lot. Think I'm done. Then the more I look at my painting, the more I realize, I could have done this, or that,etc...
    I've been working on two of them that way the last few days.

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    Ah, yes, the second one does seem to be more "complete" due to you adding more greenery in the background. This is so very well done, JulieDiane! Very realistic and beautifully painted!

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    The 2nd one is wonderful.
    Valerie

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    The second one is much better with the tree being better defined against the rock. In the first one the tree looked like it was part of the rock.

    Wonderful painting!
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    Very pretty.

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    I still remember this one from yours. Great addition on the newer version. I like it and never tired keep looking at it. Beautiful.

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    Thats really lovely Julie, I like it a lot. Well done
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    Lovely and peaceful painting.

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