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Thread: Red Skies At Night

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    Red Skies At Night

    Hey'uh, how is everyone doing? I'm sorry for not being able to comment lately, I can't quite get my internet in order, keeps dropping out, pages don't load

    This one I made tonight, in about 20 minutes, started out as just a little doodle. I was messing around with Peter's tutorial for water, and was at the same time using Bumble's tutorial for the sky... and thought "Hey... I wonder if I combined both..." and voila!

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    +I only see the good qualities in people. Not being faultless myself, I won't probe into the faults of others+

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    Thank-you Alexandra : )

    Gettin' any of that rain over there?
    +I only see the good qualities in people. Not being faultless myself, I won't probe into the faults of others+

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    I just went to get my daughter and the fog was terrible and drizzly, a bad drive tonight.

    How about up there where you are?
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    It was beautiful yesterday, warm, humid, sunny. And just this morning up 'till now we've gotten 5+ inches of rain, plenty of fog, wind, and it's gettin' quite chilly out too.

    One thing I love about living on the coast is that when the fog rolls in, you can hear the ships fog horns, and the bells at the docks, so relaxing
    +I only see the good qualities in people. Not being faultless myself, I won't probe into the faults of others+

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    Wonderful job, a fantastic result of combining the two tutorials
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Powerful image! Very successful and great use of light!!!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    Oh yeah........one to be proud of Alan.............Beautiful!

    Da go Te'
    Best to you

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    Alan, that is a wonderful painting! Great job of utilizing those two techniques.

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    Thank-you Juz, Sketch, Peter, BB.

    Oh and Peter... I'm attempting to conjure up something with that mountain tutorial of yours...
    +I only see the good qualities in people. Not being faultless myself, I won't probe into the faults of others+

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