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Thread: City Sunset

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    City Sunset

    Did this yesterday as my relaxation exercise.


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    Very nicely done.
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    Muir a great relaxation exercise this is !... I like delicate sky colors and the way you did the twinkling city lights on the distant hills... well done

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    Beautiful Muir
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    Muir, a beautiful moody sky in your sunset

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    Thank you, guys (and gals). n_n I've not had much time to paint/draw in the last couple of weeks, due to household DIY, college classes, and other things. That's why I really enjoy doing sunset pictures. They only take around an hour for me to do and are very relaxing.

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    Beautiful Muir, know what you mean about relaxation, there is so much in painting sky and sunsets

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    Muir

    A city settles to evening rest. Beautiful. I like your sunset pieces, i.e., Palm Sunset. They appear very familiar to me of sights from S. California. How these little fresh cities pop up on the edge of hillsides. And the Palm Sunset reminds me of the beginning of an end of an endless day in my childhood home town.
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