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Thread: Winter Creek

  1. #1
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    Winter Creek

    Normally my bed time is around midnight however last night I went to bed closer to 8:00 PM so come 3:00 in the morning I had already gotten my standard 7 hours of sleep. Oh grrr. No reason to just lay there for 4 hours waiting for the sun to come up. I headed downstairs to the computer, started looking through the pictures I take while I'm out on my walks. I decided to paint this piece from a photo taken near the beginning of this year. Off to an early start this morning.
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    Stunning work
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    nice work..a big plus is to see the photographic and your painting interpretation.. I like the result...

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    Beautiful scene

    Love all the free brushstrokes you took. Very effective.

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    Beautiful work.Great color choice, especially for the water!!

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    yep agree with GX

  7. Excellent. I like how you can tell exactly what it is despite it being so rough, and how you've made every brush stroke count. Also, your interpretation of the colours makes your version seem somehow more magical than the real thing. Looks like you have some nice places to walk to - it's a beautiful scene to begin with

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    I really like this style, and to loosely quote Steve Jobs.."simple is harder than complex"

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    Wonderful interpretation!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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