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Thread: Little fishing Village

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    Little fishing Village

    Done in oil and knife, ref my own painting done years ago
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    Well done and good colors! Great detail on the dock and the boat up front. I haven't tried the knife yet to paint with.

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    Thankyou very much Linn, I just seen Skylars portrait, I will be checking out the video shortly, and going to try his method of blending, as it is so difficult in AR to blend........

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    Nice place to sit Pat. No fish is needed in a place like this. Very well done.

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    What a lovely place dear Pat
    Treat Others as you wish to be treated

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    Jasmine, your right, very peaceful, but you might smell fishy lol but I quess that is better than smelling like durien

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    Amanda, thankyou so much for you kind comments

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    Thankyou Sandra

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    I like the way in which you painted this picture. Everything feels natural and familiar. Wow, great job Pat.

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