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Thread: The Little Wild Ones

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    The Little Wild Ones

    Wanted to play with oil and shadows today, a little 3D experiment. I hope you like it.
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    How could one not like this Sandy, its beautiful. Love the green mixture of the leaves. Great work
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    Alexandra - very beautiful mezzo-rilievo ( mid - relief ) effect great painting and very colorful...

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    Wow...Sandra you nailed it. Wonderful work with the shadows...really does give it a 3d effect.
    Excellent!
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    Very nice Sandy!
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    So pretty, love that blue against green.

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    This is evidently 3-D, a sort of colored bas-relief. Moreover the blue of the flowers is particularly delightful.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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