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Thread: Heavy Seas

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    Heavy Seas

    A 1950,s trawler heads fo home in heavy seas....Jack.
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    Last edited by jacktar51; 04-24-2012 at 07:07 PM.
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    You've turned into an atmosphere meister, Jack-o. Fantastic. Love the way you handled the sky in total with the accent of the light coming through the clouds, I like the lighthouse, and the way you did the ship and surrounding area. Great stuff.
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    moody piece. love it Jack. love the two light sources. it says a lot. a lot to contemplate. finely done.

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    Mr D Akey...Thanks, I am attempting mood paintings at the moment, trying to get light sources looking right, I have jiggled about with this one since posting,the jiggles may not be very obvious purely cosmetic really, but just something of a tidy up,and some port and starboard light on the trawler, although you can hardly notice that,I seem to be striving for correctness with lighting if you know what I mean,you will probably know what I mean( I hope),Thanks for coming in D, always appreciated,Oh yes and I have cleaned the sky up a bit from pixelization....Jack.
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    Hello Albert,I'm pleased that you noticed the moodiness of the painting,and the different light sources,these two things are mostly what I am playing about with at the moment,it seems there is far more to light and shade than I imagined, very slight tonal changes seem to make all the difference,I find I am using layers a lot more,and also the opacity on the layers( Kind of matching each layer) as I go along...Thanks for looking Albert....Jack.
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    Here is the tweaked picture...
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    A really dramatic scene and lighting! Great!
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    Thanks Caesar, I am paying much more attention to lighting these days,since your suggestion regarding this point,and I think it has definately improved my art a bit,thanks again and for your reply....Jack.
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    Nicely done.

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    As has been said before, this is so very atmospheric, you are great at these Jack. well done
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