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Thread: Greetings from my town.

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    Greetings from my town.

    Just a greeting from my town. A play with brushes.
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    Very nicely done AT...
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    That's supposed to be a wild rose, a flower of my town,Barney, and thank you so much for looking.

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    Thanks for the greeting and the excellent pic!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
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    Quote Originally Posted by AT-TA View Post
    That's supposed to be a wild rose, a flower of my town,Barney, and thank you so much for looking.
    Canada has some really beautiful country. Haven't been there since I was 16.
    Someday, I hope to find the time, to take the rail from one side to the other.
    Last edited by barnburner; 06-30-2010 at 10:34 AM.
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    Another gorgeous blending of colors. I just love how you get your colors, I just sit back and sigh. Did you use chalk to get the canvas texture to show, or how did you do that?

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    Marcia, thank you for looking and commenting.I am glad, you like what i am doing... and to explain how i am doing that... sometimes i myself cannot do the same the second time. I use more then one program, in one i like palette knives in another the brushes or canvas so i am wondering from one program into the other in order to achieve what i want the pic to look like.
    This i remember that i was in painter, using the palette knife and watercolor then resized it... because the work was to big to post. Then had to sharpen it a bit, because it got smudgy by resizing. So do not be unhappy with your results, you are doing fine... takes time to find out your way... must say... that i very seldom use layers... i just paint as i would on the real canvas. Practise is the word to success.

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    This is beautiful, very beautiful!
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    interesting artwork

    I like the contrast of the different brushes here.

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    Wonderfully delicate palette and brush strokes!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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