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Thread: Garden Waterfall

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    Garden Waterfall

    This is my second attemp at a watercolor waterfall, hope I am getting closer to perfecting water
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    Cool, very nice color texture!
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    The improvement seems quite dramatic and evident. You're on the right way I think. In case some specific painting book may add some final tip.
    I can only say that, in my opinion metallic should be probably removed from water strokes (it seems to me there's some) and tones varied a little bit to show the flow.
    The composition is very nice and the waterfall works very well, also looking rather like a wonderful milkfall to me ... Probably I'm a little hungry and I'm figuring out to get a wonderful savoury mozzarella (an original Campania one from buffalo milk) out of that poll ...
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    Evart, Alexandra and Caesar, thankyou so much for your comments, and Caesar, I will work on water more and make sure there is no metalic in the painting of water, I appreciate your comments, thankyou all

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    Very nice composition. I agree with Caesar, that the metallic probably doesn't work in this instance. You might try thinning the waterfall down and see how that looks.
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    Thankyou Barnburner, will try that

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