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Thread: Down by the river

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    Down by the river

    I used the flick line brush for this paintly effect, and the dry clump brush. The image was a ink and wash drawing I did, scanned into the pc.
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    Jules, there are a number of stunning images up today. Yours is, by no means, the least among them. Love it!

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    Well thank you very much Doc
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    Wow, I love the texture, but one bird is a little lonely to me.

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    Stunning, love the textured effect with the ink, really lovely
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    What a beautiful effect you have there Jules, its a great painting
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Jules!!!! this technique is spectacular, is a masterpiece, congratulations
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    Thanks alot folks, I only like the tree at the top, I think it needs more going on middle distance, but I like the effect, think I got it from the art supplies thread.
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    Excellent brush work and colors Jules... Love it!
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