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    evening

    An very imaginary landscape,
    I was reading yesterday the thread about brush strokes in oil,
    link and had the idea to see how many layers of textured oil brush
    can ad volume to the first layer,
    I am not very sure about how many but for sure after two layers
    things are harder to ad any supplementary volume, unless the surface was flat there in the beginning.
    Now, if somebody can tel from his experience,
    what can be the visual result after printing
    a image with a heavy texture on it ?
    This kind of image can dramatically change if you take out the strokes volume.

    Look at the difference in this two images,
    but how about printing ?
    What is your opinion and experience ?
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    The flat version of "evening".
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    They are both very beautiful Dany but I am drawn to the first one. Splendid work
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Wow. I love all the red.

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    Dany, It is hard for me to make a preference. They top one with the depth is especially appealing and draws me inward-very powerful indeed. Thumbs up!

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    Thank you very much Coops, Crimson and Sandra !

    I see nobody can tell about the printing matter
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
    Daily Studio Notes , Daniela Ionesco-Fine Art

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    I cannot help on the question of printing, but this is an intriguing and beautiful painting. I prefer the flat version. Al

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    They´re both great, Dany, but I think I prefer the second one. As to printing, check the tutorials section. There have been several threads about printing recently--maybe some are there.

    By the way, I absolutely love "Tess in the Fields"! Never saw it in the Gallery comments section.
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    Dany, very nice paintings. Really amazing colors.

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    I really like both! My experience is that printing with a home type printer, you will lose the brush marks. Do not know about Giclee.
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