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Thread: Landscape, coast

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    Landscape, coast

    I am doing various experiments to get more confident with ArtRage and with myself too

    A while ago I sketched a nude (here is the link in this same forum) and I thought I could try to paint a landscape using more or less the same approach.

    On the nude I spent a lot more time using the palette knife, while here I experimented mainly with the custom brushes (emm, stickers) I am developing.

    I went maybe a bit too much abstract (to the point that I was flattening and losing the whole lanscape), so I clarify it is a coast view I hope you like it, have a nice painting people!
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    Nice, I like it. Has that early morning fogged in feel.

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    I like it. I feel as though I'm looking through a window upon a cold day.
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    Hi Andrea,
    I like the palette you've used, but I think it got a little overworked and has ended up loosing the definition, so it reads more like a backdrop for something that is not there yet, (probably a nude )
    I loved the 'grunge' brushes that you've used to add layers. Very exciting graphically.
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    Beautiful colours, I like it a lot
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    Lovely painting.

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    thanks to everyone!

    @flyashy : your comment is very correct mate, it is too much overworked -- luckily I stopped before I washed out the whole landscape ahah -- and I am glad you appreciate the custom brush work, since experimenting with the new ones I created was the main reason behind this sketch

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    Molto bello! Le macchie spruzzate e le scolature sono un tocco di classe addizionale!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Unusual, and unique-I like it. It makes me feel as if I was standing in a cave looking out through a wall of ice.

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    Looks like something a Hudson River School artist would have painted on a foggy morning! Very moody and mysterious.

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