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    The Wizard

    I hope this is an improvement on the previous Wizard I did,I keep plodding on regardless,seizing on any tips that come my way,any tips out there Artists,that might help me improve my artwork???.....All replies are appreciated anyway....Jack.
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    This is really spectacular and one among Your best (super then), I find!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar,Thank you for your comment,your help is proving very positive...Jack.
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    Noticed error at finger ends,not possible to bend ends without first bendind first section of finger which bends more at the first joint, thanks for looking( first paint left on for comparison....Jack.
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    There is another error with the Couldron,it should have three eye holes on the rim,with just two it would be unstable and easily tipped over with boiling water inside...not good with elderly wizards,havent altered this as no one is going to notice( Oh!!.... yes they will now I,ve pointed it out)........Jack.
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    He is deep in thought getting his next spell reading, another great painting Jack
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    Very good Jack, on the question of holes at top I think they should be smaller and there should be a metal handle through them to carry it with.
    I wonder what the recipe was ?
    Geoff

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    Very well done!

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    Thanks Coops for looking in and replying.....Jack
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    limey-g..Hello Geoff,your right,smaller couldrons did have handles,but this variety had either iron rings through the holes or hooks which fitted through the holes and dangled above the fire on chains,I found one similar to the one I'm talking about on the web,this one has the three chains asI thought,there were lots of different types,thanks for coming back with that Geoff,it did make me wonder if I remembered correctly....Jack
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