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    Landscape

    I usually start my paintings with a bottom layer that I have blended paint dabs on to get the general layout....then I add detail on other layers on top. This one I didn't use reference picture its all fom my imagination. :lol: ops:
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    Holy mackrel!

    Save a version as is.

    Those palettes are phenomenal.

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    Holy mackrel!
    How holy does a mackrel get's ?
    I was saying something similar when I first saw this picture, but your term sounds about just right.

    so : "Holy mackrel! " 8) 8)
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Could you tell us something about your brushsettings ?
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    To do the base I had the brush set to 100% pressure size and loading,then to blend the paint I used 100% brush size 0% loading.
    Then for the detail I used 2% size with 100% loading and about 95% thinner. For the foliage I used the glitter tool on 4% size then went over it with the eraser on a soft setting Haven't added much to it I have been too busy :cry:
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    The background is just fantastic....you have a great sense how to mix colors

    Also the Grass is good in the second one! But now a bit disturb about this tree! it looks very flat and a bit to sharp! Maybe you should put more time in detailing out (i always ask me if the glitter tool is good for foliage :? )....

    Just my 2 cents....

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    Thank you for the advice Maror..this is very much an experiment and a work in progress for me and I appreciate the input
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    yeah exactly what i mean..you got it...

    and i think art is always a experiment... :P

    go on!
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    Just trying something out ops:
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    This is coming along nicely, Bumble. For some reason, the hills on the left are looking less 'hilly" to me than they did back in the second version you posted (within the first posting). That area looks a little flat to me - and the separation of clouds/fog and hills is doesn't seem right yet.

    David

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