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    Fantasyland

    A quickie mixing few basic oil colors... it should be seen from some distance.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wow, beautiful Caesar. Fantastic colors.

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    This is what i call painting with panache! Quick lively strokes capture the energy here Caesar and I just love this!

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    Said by You, dear Oriane, it's a really great and appreciated compliment indeed! Thanks!

    It's quite fuzzy and misty, dear Sandra, but I hope also the idea of a wide view and of distance are communicated by the colors! Thank You!

    Dear Al, I often like to work freely to relax and have fun, no matter the result I try to get only by ending adjustment evocating some of what I see. Thank You for such encouraging and warm words!
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    Lovely colours Cesare, I feel like an looking at the scene through a window just as the day is starting
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Another fine one, Caesar! You´re right--lean back and squint a bit and it really falls into place.
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    simply beautiful dear Cesare very calming and light
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    What a fabulous painting Dear Caesar and I love the colors.
    Valerie

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    Dear Katie, I had the same impression while brushing and looking to the indistinct landscape to form. Thank You!

    I realized it when I attached it, dear Scott, and was to large, thus loosing the evocative power. Thank You!

    hank You, dear Amanda! I was attracted by the open space ide it gave going towards the orizon and the mountains in a misty light (at least that's what a saw).

    Dear Valerie, the colours I used were white, one yellow, ochre, two reds, one blue, a couple of earts, a violet and some of their combinations to get the greens, Naples yellow and some other tones ... I was trying to test color natural mix. The only problem, with AR, is that You cannot use each color with different tonal value dipending on dilution (thinner), but keeping a vivid hue (they get more greysh), as it happens with real pigments, so You should make them darker or lighter by Yourself (what I did not do here).
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