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Thread: Plum Flowers

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    Arrow Plum Flowers

    Hello colleagues!!!

    I am newbie in ArtRage painting, so your aggressive coments and strong criticism are very welcome!

    With best regards!
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    Very good watercolour! It is pleasant to me.
    ps. watercolour is difficult to draw, IMHO
    choosing the words, we lose thoughts
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    Thank you for your comment!

    For me is opposite - aquarelle is much more easier than oils.

    It's just my first steps in this technique, I would like to master it more deep.

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    really impressive watercolor!!! looks so much like real watercolor. love the feel of light and clarity in this piece. beautiful. what paper setting did you use...? it is perfect for watercolor!
    Last edited by screenpainter; 09-02-2010 at 11:23 PM.

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    Gzairborne, thank you for warm comment!

    I used just "default" water-colour paper settings: File->New Painting->Canvas->select "WaterColor" where Roughness=100 (by default); Grain Size=21 (custom). Then I used several layers and several of them I "washed" (blur) with Palette Knife.

    I want to get aqurelle more real with down-flows etc.

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    I love the softness yet defined looks of this painting, you have done well.

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    do you know what settings you used to make the watercolor washes?

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    Dear Gzairborne, here are some samples for your (see picture).

    All settings were "by default", type was "wet" and I changed only sizes of knife.

    I hope it will be useful for you.
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    Dear Jasminek, thank you for your comment.

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    Dear Panaslonex, Hello!! your water color flowers are beautiful, thank you for the detail and settings, very good job!!! Best Wishes, ps, such a cute avatar, reminds me of Horton of 'Horton hears a who", ,,,ps,,i see little green flash on the side of you elephant avatar, can you say what it is,,,, thank you!!!

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