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Thread: Wet City Walk - REVISED

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    Wet City Walk - REVISED

    A very quick oil sketch - appx 2 min. (To see how quickly I could create an effect.)
    REVISED - I rethought the effect - I think this is better. Do You?
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    Last edited by L Skylar Brown; 05-21-2010 at 10:48 AM.
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    I like it

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    Wow Skylar, this is amazing, it could bring big money in a fancy gallery. I love the play of light, especially the wet floor, its fantastic.

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    Geesh! It takes me two minutes to decide on my next stroke. Compelling stuff LSB. I love it.

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    SC, Robert, Sandy - Thanks! I was mulling over the look & suddenly it hit me that it should still be raining - so the Revised piece.
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    Excellent images!!!!
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    both are excellent

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    Yup, the second one looks more dynamic.
    Two minutes? Shoot, we might as well all quit and go home.

    But we won't!
    Hin

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    I like both of them. The top one allows me to see the amazing details you got in 2 minutes, while the bottom one has more of the feel that lends to the title.

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