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Thread: Fritillary

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    Fritillary

    Haven't done a 'straight' painting for a while.....

    Oh and thanks Peter for the grass tip.
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    Fraser this is outstanding and I do like the grass, how did you do this.?
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    Jeeper...creepers....Fraser! This is just so darn good! I love your style on this one - the grass is so VERY well done! A beautiful piece to hang on your wall!!

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    Wow matey that grass is superb. Wonderful painting
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    This is great. Please do more !
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    Beautiful painting. So tranquil.
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    Thanks guys... The grass was Mr Pinckney's idea... Fashmir's Fine Frosted Fur sticker (not easy to say!)

    I used a black canvas and several layers, gradualy increasing size and varying the colours...

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