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Thread: Copy of a D. Bellamy watercolor

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    Copy of a D. Bellamy watercolor

    This time I used two layers with watercolour blending two type of knives.
    I used just the mouse here.
    It seems to be similar enough and a decent real watercolors simulation.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 07-06-2010 at 12:13 AM.
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    Caesar, this is beautiful, love it

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    Beautiful misty painting Cesare. I like it very much
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    Just a copy experiment, dear Pat. The composition and overall image conception comes from master Bellamy art.

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    Your watercolor technique is super! I guess your old tablet gave out, since you mentioned using only the mouse.
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    Dear Scott, thank You!
    Actually it is the pen that as a crack line and doesn't work properly.
    Yesterday I received the box with the new cheaper one (a more expensive one possibly at Christmas if I behave well ). Nonetheless I installed it on one of my laptops yesterday evening to test it, but it looks like the tablet don't see the pen this far (something to set?). A light bliks, but doesn't keep still when the pen is close ... I'll see ...
    Moreover I asked for buying another couple of spare pens and some pen tips cartridges too ...
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    This is truly a beautiful piece dear Cesare a definite favourite
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    Great representation in watercolor, I admire this work in particular have done with the mouse. Congratulations from me dear friend. I hope your new tool can funcion well.

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    I love the colors and the ambiance in this one especially Cesare, wonderfully made indeed!

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    Thank You, dear Amanda! The merits are however of Master David Bellamy, a british watercolorist, whose step-by-step excercise I practised with AR instead than with real WC, obviously with a different enough procedure ... I still have to improve both my technical skill and artistic interpretation I'm afraid. Thank You!

    My new tool arrived, but the tablet didn't see the pen yesterday evening, dear Javier. I'll make a more extensive test, get further information and solve it someway. Painting with the mous is not however much of a problem with landscapes, in particular whenever You don't have to be very precise.Therefore I wouldn't use it as an excuse whenever my works are not satisfactory. Thank You!

    Thank you, dear Sandra! As You all probably know now, I like yellow tones and warm brown tones, so I like it very much too (I can say it because this composition a tried to reproduce is from David Bellamy, a real professional watercolor artist).
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