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Thread: Lost in the forest

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    Lost in the forest

    Watercolour and sketch.
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    Really supercool!
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    Fantastic..
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    Hauntingly beautiful and great pallete

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    This is an excellent piece. Technical question: How do you achieve all the texturing that looks like line work?
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    Beautiful painting Paul
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    Woooo HHOOOO!!!!

    That's stunning!!! look at that forest!!! And it works.

    Love the lighting on the foreground figure. Awesome awesome. Fantastic mood. Unfortunately owing to the scale of your picture on my monitor, I can't see the faerie or gnome or whatever on the road all that well. But I just assume it's well done too.

    Really fine work. It really gets the idea of 'peeking' although they might be adventuring together. But the shadow says concealment a little to me. And the resultant story that would come from that is really pregnant with possibilities.

    EDIT: I discovered that you can click on the image and get a much bigger view. Stream it is not a road or path. Made all the difference.
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    That's got to be a terrible feeling to be lost in the forest. You've captured the experience here. Well done!
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