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    These are wonderful dear Oriane, thanks for sharing your brilliant tips with us
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    A great study dear Oriane which can come in very helpful so thank you very much for sharing
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    Thanks everyone for the comments. Enjoyed every one of them.

    I still have some work ahead ... over time, when I finished, I will publish all the technical details used. Then, I'll ask the Rages to transfer this thread to Tips and Tricks.

    Cesare, si puņ scommettere ... grazie.

    Jasmine watch this movie to inspire you further.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=GB&h...&v=z6GuM7g0IzE

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    Thanks

    Cool. I so much appreciate your work. For those of us who are not trained your tutorials make the work so much more approachable!! Love your use of color and light in all your work.!!
    Janet
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    Oriane,thank you so much for sharing your knowlege with us it is very much appreciated.

    I will study closely the glass and water paintings altho I would not hope to arrive at your degree of skill

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    Dear Oriane, Your tutorial is a really interesting collection of tips for painting subject considered difficult to reproduce.
    Your eloquent AR application of such principles and observations are the best demonstration that they do work for any skill level (even if not everybody is as much talented as You).
    I made the same experiment on glazing, some time ago, from the same teacher You indicated us and find out that there were two ways with oils, the best one apparently being to use a second layer.
    Thank You!
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    Another glass painting.

    Painted in just one layer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    I made the same experiment... and find out that there were two ways with oils, the best one apparently being to use a second layer.
    Caesare Dear friend, you're right. Powell's rocks served as reference to these examples of painting rocks under water. It would be interesting if you put here, the link to your post. In my examples I use only one layer. Follow the figures:

    No glaze


    1st glaze


    2nd glaze


    3rd glaze


    See HERE this small movie

    And an attempt to simulate a rain. All in just one layer.

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    Dear Oriane, here it is. It was a quickie and it's missing for instance the normally darker part of the rock just above the water level.
    Anyway we get the idea of the differences with the two approaches.
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    it's wonderful to see your studies and to learn from them Oriane. Thanks for sharing and helping us paint better pictures. Very helpful tutorial and study.

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