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Thread: Haystack Interpretation

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    Haystack Interpretation

    Found this beautiful picture of a haystack landscape....had to capture it....The original was by Paul Sargent - Beautiful and mine can't compare but I love haystacks....

    Blessings,
    GigiCharm
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    Very nice Gigi, I like the texture and colors, you did a great job

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    Thumbs up

    Here is the reference for Paul Sargent's work. He is fabulous!

    Blessings,
    GigiCharm
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    Beautiful!

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    GigiCharm... a very nice job on this... yours has it own charm and style....

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    I don't know where You picked Your "rice" brush or glitter from, but You certainly found Your way to marvellous paintings!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thanks Pat, GX, Jocasta, and Caesar, for the lovely comments.

    Caesar the tool I'm using is the Fun Brush setting on particles 1, 2, and 3 in different sizes and different spray rates in 10 and 12 layers. I don't think I'm quite proficient with them yet, but maybe someday I will create something spectacular....I don't know why but I love looking beyond, if that makes sense?

    Blessings,
    Gigicharm

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    I really like you're interpretation of this piece... that texture is so inviting it leaves me wanting to touch it, love your use of colour too... nice job
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thank You, dear Gigi. I apologize to be late
    ... it's fun, but actually I didn't find the Fun Brush among my stickers presets ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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