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    Exclamation Sink...sank...sunk

    Hey all you jet setters This was done in AR two layers. It's a fisherman's boat. The front part of the boat is resting on a large black rock on the ocean floor.
    What do you think?
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    Nice however, the rock is difficult to see. maybe if you had changed the color or made it a bit lighter it would be better to see.
    Keep it up and have fun.
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    Really lovely painting, its very good, indeed.

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    One of Your best, dear Evart! A brilliant idea and wonderful implementation. I also like very much the colours, the perspective, the bubbles and the wavy lines of the wrecked boat shape!
    It's also a great suggestion for my forthcoming style (in 20 years from now, more or less), when I won't have a firm enough hand to draw and I'll paint anything as undersea subject ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Good job. One suggestion I would offer, might be to show what caused the boat to sink, such as a hole in the hull,etc?

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    Evelyn this is fabulous, but I do agree the rock is a bit hard to see, but you did a terrific job.
    Valerie

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    Well, I don't know how many jet setters are in the forum (but perhaps I don't get the exact meaning of the expression ) but I like the half upper side of the painting, almost monochromatic and very harmonious ,
    good picture Evelyn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raybrite View Post
    Nice however, the rock is difficult to see. maybe if you had changed the color or made it a bit lighter it would be better to see.
    Keep it up and have fun.
    I thought of that, but at the last minute I just thought again and said screw it Thank you for the suggestion Raybrite, I'll work on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnburner View Post
    Good job. One suggestion I would offer, might be to show what caused the boat to sink, such as a hole in the hull,etc?
    Hey barnburner, I thought of that too. I thought to put jagged edges over the rock, to show the boat was over come by water to cause it to sink, and land on a huge rock below. Oh well, at least that's what I had in my head Thank you for the suggestion, I really appreciate it
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