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Thread: Autumn Woodland

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    Autumn Woodland

    I have some books on teaching traditional oil painting techniques, and I thought I'd try out one of the tutorials in Artrage.
    This is the result. It was painted using a sticker spray brush I created to try and resemble impressionist style strokes.
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    This is really marvellous! You evidently achieved Your goal in a quite satisfactory way!
    Can You pls tell us some details on how You proceeded to get such a brush (especially setting for the brush and for the sticker later on)?Thank You!
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    A lovely outcome this is beautiful
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    I like very much how you have created that wonderful light flooding in to light up the whole painting. well done
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    I like Caesar's word - "Marvelous". Love the light and the treatment. Terrific blown up full screen and seen from a distance. Come alive.
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    Lovely painting. Really like it.

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    Thank you all for your very kind comments.

    @Caesar, I will post the brush in the art supplies section, but it's a little processor intensive and lags a bit at the moment, so I'd like to fine tune it a bit before releasing it.

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    Thank You, dear mate! Don't worry about the time You need.
    Once You get the right optmized process and brush it would be a really valuable learning and tool to be applied also for any possible custom brush variant.
    I made myself some stickers I then used with the spray, but I didn't get the right tuning for a satisfactory use of their textures.
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    This is very nice work. Well done.
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    Lovely painting. Interesting palette

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