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Thread: Old Farm Cottage

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    Old Farm Cottage

    Imaginary scene from long ago,no refs,straight from the imagination,hope you like the picture.....Jack.
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    Some of my artwork can be seen at the above link.......Jack.

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    may icome live in your mind? this is gorgeous

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    Jack, this is great. The detail is positively amazing.
    LogicsHere (Betty)
    http://bettylogic.50webs.com (Welcome to Betty's Place)
    http://logicmgmt.com/1876/splash.htm (1876 Victorian England Revisited)

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    Thank you both very much for looking at my artwork and for your replies,I have modified this picture just a little by adding a figure, The maid is just throwing out some breadcrumbs for the birds( Thats what I imagine she's doing),I think the figure just breaks the stillness of the first picture,bringing it more to life if you know what I mean, Thanks again for your replies....Jack.
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    Some of my artwork can be seen at the above link.......Jack.

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    Beautiful painting jack...do you mind sharing your technique?
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Jack, I admire your work so much, you make the painting come alive, the clarity is so wonderful, this painting is magnificent, I would just love to watch you paint to see how you get that wonderful blending and details...beautiful painting as always

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    What a wonderful place to live! Your attention to detail is perfect!

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    semd74...Thanks for asking,I just do a rough sketch first, then fill in details on a larger scale( 3000 pixels)scale down when finished,I did go up to 4000 at one point, generally use a small size picture for the rough sketching part, I have found some parts showing progression which I show below....hope this helps....Jack.
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    A Rough of the Cart
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    A rough of the Maid
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