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Thread: Driftwood

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    Driftwood

    I really enjoyed painting this one from scratch. From imagination but, someplace I would like to visit.....................Oils, knives, AR SP,,,,TJ
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    Tony, this is beautiful, I also would like to visit, love driftwood

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    Love the sea and the driftwood in the foreground, well done.

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    What realistic drift wood you painted. Very nice to visit this place, I am sure.

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    The driftwood in the is very well done Tony. You captured the texture perfectly.
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    Wow Tony this is beautiful.

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    Wow Tony that driftwood is really beautifully painted and the whole painting has a feel of peace and calm
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thanks all for looking and your time to comment on this artwork. This was done as I would have painted in acrylics, from back to front, I thought you might be interested in how I make the clouds. I use the hair stickers and then blend with knives. I enclosed a pic to demonstrate this. One thing to try and avoid are the tell tale hairs ( as shown in blended piece ) that can escape blending, need to zoom in on clouds and check for that, I find that it takes away from the cloud effect.
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