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  1. Am Abstract Landscape

    Here is an attempt at a landscape. Let me know what you think.
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  2. #2
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    Zz...................excuse me for shortening your name

    I like this!!!

    Da go Te'
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    I agree with Sandra. Love the sky. I am bothered by the waterfall though because it looks impossible to me. Otherwise a fine painting!
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    it's a very sensual and beautiful abstract. Love the soft satiny feel of the paint and the colors and the light and dark contrast. I like the touch of surrealism if intended, like the waterfall.
    if we saw it in a gallery we would definitely be intrigued. I could see a crowd gathered to discuss it.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 11-19-2010 at 09:11 PM.

  6. Shortening my nickname is fine a lot of people just call me Z

    Thanks for the praise. I'm still pretty new to this whole digital art thing. Long long ago I use to play with pastels, acrylic and watercolors. A long life of commercial printing and arts (now I'm working as a monument designer, if anyone needs a headstone ) left me to busy to work on my own art hobbies (other than photography, always taking pictures, no matter what.)
    I'm getting back into art again, and am rusty. I love landscapes the most, just started going through the Jack Hamm book, so I hope to be getting better, just gotta keep practicing

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    Good attempt, like the way the colors transfer from the sky to the mountain sharp peaks. Other parts are a tad unrealistic to me, but a very good start, keep on painting.

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    Very nice with great colours

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