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Thread: Visit at the crash site

  1. #1
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    Visit at the crash site

    Speed painting of a young space-force lieutenant paying a visit to the place where an army cargo crashed.
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  2. #2
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    Love it !!
    But for unknown reason, I have hard time to figure out where is the lieutenant. Maybe for composition purpose, it would have been best if he were not in the middle of the painting or if he was more outlined by something (I do not know what, perhaps color effect or by something that catch the eye).

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    brilliant. Love your style.

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    Love the colours in this

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    Brilliant painting Andrea, so well painted
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    Super job. I like it.

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    Another fantastic one... I love your work!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Wonderfully done!
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

  9. #9
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    Great painting, I find myself scanning the wreckage.

    I have noticed you call it "speed painting", what is that? I've not heard this before. Is this a painting you do in a specified amount of time or does it simply mean that you do it quickly?

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    I think I found the lieutenant,Wounderful painting .Best wishes Jo x

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