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Thread: AR National Park

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    AR National Park

    I decided that all the AR people should have a National Park where they could relax and paint in peace and solitude. So, I made one.

    I want to pass along thanks to Peter Pickney for a couple of things.
    1. His sharing of his water technique, which I am still too dense to make work. However, my efforts to do so, have given me ideas for improvement until I finally get it.
    2. Peter's great work with rocks, inspired me to give it a shot myself in this painting.


    All AR2.5, Brush, Marker, Pencil, Blade, Glitter, Chalk, and Eraser. Oh yeah - A whole bunch of layers.
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    I love this Fantastic.
    Val
    Valerie

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    Wonderful work Barnburner
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandra View Post
    Beautiful Mike.
    Thank you Sandy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie View Post
    I love this Fantastic.
    Val
    I'm very glad you liked it Val!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coops View Post
    Wonderful work Barnburner
    Many thanks coops! Glad you liked it.
    I've been wanting to do an Eagle, but was intimidated.
    I decided I would try it, and then use the transform option to reduce it to a very small size so the flaws wouldn't show so bad.
    Much to my surprise, it came out good enough to leave it like it was. LOL...

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    Very nice Barn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orianelima View Post
    Very nice Barn.
    Thanks a lot Orian. Very much appreciated.

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    What a lovely park , looks so peaceful and beautiful, now I must hurry over before the hordes discover it and arrive

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