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    Way Back When

    Was not going to post this one at all, had so much trouble with the windows......but what the heck maybe someone can tell me how to do windowsdone in oil and knife
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    I don't think you need to worry about a lack of perfection in the windows. To me this is a wonderful impressionistic painting. Look at the work of such beloved artists as Grandma Moses. My question is, did you enjoy the process of creating? I suspect you did.

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    hi pat have a chat with Jacktar he's good at those ok

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    beautiful color. I agree with Bobbi. in art the suggestion of windows is enough to satisfy the mind of the viewer. no one else would question the windows at all.

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    A fine painting Pat...well done and the windows look really nice
    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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    A little like the nice house little models of the Lilliput Lane series. Very good!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Bobbi, thankyou so much for your encouragement, I did enjoy doing this
    eighty, thankyou, will check with Jack
    gzairborne, I quess I must learn to be a little more open, I seem to be a stickler for details, thankyou for your wonderful support, really appreciate it
    semd, these windows drove me crazybut thankyou so much for your kind comment
    Caesar, will have to check on the Lilliput Lane series, sorry to say I have never heard of them, thankyou for your kind comment

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    Fine job on this Pat..
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    Agreeing with others, in the context of this painting I'd leave those windows alone. The are a perfect compliment and integrate exactly right in this terrific little painting.
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    Fantastic painting dear Pat.
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