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Thread: Lonely venerable old one

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    Lonely venerable old one

    Quick enough playing with warm colors.
    Maybe I should have used a larger sheet and blurred it a little bit ...
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Beautiful painting and colours, reminds me of ripe wheat fields in late summer.

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    Nice and wonderful sky!

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    Hail O Ceasar O Mighty One see your using Constable's Snow.

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    Caesar... this a a really really nice tree study.. the blue sky gradient behind and warm field in front.... one of your best I mean this is a touch better even than that!

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    Caesar, I love these warm colors, a very nice job

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    More or less that was the intention, dear Gaia, although it's so much sooner in Italy than late summer. Thank You very much!

    Thank You, dear ArleyArt! Just testing sheet induced textures and some different tools. The sky was very quickly made with the roller (three stripes then blended by hard and then wet knife).

    I bow in front of Constable, Corot and all that sort of majestic landscapers company, so thank You very much, dear ATPlus the Ol

    Dear Gary, I started from a vaguely similar picture to get inspiration which was also far less effective in my view. I decided to go for this gold/ orange against blu/ warm green contrast. There's also an attempt to produce an ancillary textures contrast. Thank You!

    While we're heading towards full Autumn, dear Pat, I decided to celebrate the warm weather decline with its joyful colors. Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Beautiful colours and composition. Great painting Caesar.

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    Very nicely done Caesar.
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    Thank You, dear Tony and Barn!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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