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Thread: Eggs

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    Eggs

    Well a change from the female form I thought I would have a go at still life so here are my eggs, first time ever with the w/c brush.
    I think it might take me a while to master w/c
    Geoff
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    Makes me want to get out the toaster and make some soldiers for a nice boiled egg. Great painting Geoff
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    Thanks coops, it's strange how comments can take one back in time.
    As a child might I say before sliced bread mum used to make great soldiers out of the unsliced loaf.
    Thanks for the memory.
    Geoff

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    They came out looking great
    However I am with Katie for the boiled eggs and toast
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    I think eggs would be very difficult for meto attempt...you did a great job!

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    Thanks everyone I must admit I found smoothing the water colour strokes out on the shells with the palette knife a little challenging.
    Geoff

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    Geoff, you did a great job on these eggs, wonderful wc

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    I'm relieved it was not a scrambled girl!
    Very well done, mate .... the painting I mean!
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    Thanks Pat and Caesar, as my first attempt at w/c where there are just too many adjustments for little old me compared to chalk.
    I will have to experiment more and hey you never know I might get carried away and try oil one day.That one I know nothing about.
    Geoff

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