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Thread: The Sound of Water

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    The Sound of Water

    I still don't know if I should give more definition to the greenery.
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    Absolutely beautifully done... Rocks and water are just tremendous. Since you asked, my two cents is that perhaps the nearest greenery on each side might be more defined. Regardless, this is a fine piece of work.
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    Thank you Barnburner,
    I did wonder whether the ferns in the foreground should br more defined, I sort of ran out of steam doing the waterfall.
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    Wonderful, and beautiful...Saphire....
    Palette color tones are amazing!!!
    Regards from Chile
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saphire View Post
    Thank you Barnburner,
    I did wonder whether the ferns in the foreground should br more defined, I sort of ran out of steam doing the waterfall.
    Tell you the truth - if I could paint water and rocks like that - I wouldn't care what the greenery looked like.
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    Slight update.

    I have defined the ferns in only one corner tell me what you think before I do the otherside.
    Last edited by Saphire; 06-19-2011 at 11:43 AM.
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    Oh how lovely! You know Saphire, I am no pro, so I hesitate to give advice, but with the beautifully defined water, you might give it a go on another layer perhaps to see if you like it. Otherwise, a beautiful painting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saphire View Post
    I have defined the ferns in only one corner tell me what you think before I do the otherside.
    Saphire, I only see one painting, so I'm assuming you replaced the first one? If so, fwiw, a little more definition might be needed?
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    Complete

    I think this could bevthe final painting but not sure.
    Last edited by Saphire; 06-19-2011 at 08:48 PM.
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    I am familiar with the original photo and I must say you did a fine job.

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