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Thread: The Barn Yard

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    The Barn Yard

    Picked out some of Henry John King's painting The Dairymaid

    AR3, screenpainters WC dirty brush, someonesane's sponge brush , linen texture by Yotex and some mumbling by yours truly
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    Last edited by justjean; 04-03-2012 at 09:43 AM.

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    Simplified in all beauty!!!!!really really love it!!!!

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    You've made it your own. Nice work !

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    Very nicely done Jean. I like it!
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    Thank you Rondo, Belvrog and Mike, your comments are much appreciated

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    It is filled with that rustic farmyard feeling, I hope the other geese weren't cooked :-)
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    Pete the sour look on the face scared them all away

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    great job. just some more detailed brush strokes in her apron would pay off well and not look blurry. you really have the colors down well. I like your variation on the background as well.

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    It's wonderful and I see You didn't want to get caged into an endless definition of the too many details in this painting since You captured anyway Your own effective and lovely interpretation.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Great work on the foliage and a really great painting from you Jean
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