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Thread: Bird of Paradise

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    Bird of Paradise

    Done in watercolor and knife, hope you like this one
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    Beautiful colors and texture Pat...very well done
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    Thats really beautiful Pat and the colours really zing
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    Sandra,Semd, and Katie, thankyou so much for your kind comments

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    Vibrant and very beautiful
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    Brilliant colors that jump out and say "hey, I'm here". Really lovely painting.
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    Very nice combination of tools on this one! Great stuff Pat! Al

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    Hi Pat - Great work here. I love the colors, too. I see you used some knife. I was thinking that if you used the first knife setting on small, you could further refine your edges. I took the liberty of doing a bit for examples. Also, the middle knife set soft at about 25% is a great way to "pull" grasses, etc (Also shown on left side. Just some thoughts, you don't need to do anything, really.
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    The flower has beautiful background and the flower so nicely done, stands out nicely of its surroundings...very pretty Pat.

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