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Thread: A quicky watercolor floral :)

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    A quicky watercolor floral :)

    Something I did today as I learn how to use the program. Just lovin' it.
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    Lovely painting.

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    Thanks for the look and comment!

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    Mmmmm... Lovely

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Yup it's a great programme and that "you are lovin' it" shows in your painting! Nice.

    Brett
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    This is lovely. My first impression was chalk pastel but you probably painted it with the watercolour tool however it looks more pastel to my eye. I love the softness to it, it is lovely. Keep it up.
    TeresaW
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    Beautiful, very delicate!

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    This is truly an artpiece and a quite delicate and sophisticate one indeed!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    This is very pretty, so delicate, well done.
    Geoff

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    Thanks everyone! It does look like pastel, but it's actually watercolor on a very rough paper. The palette knife scraped across it very lightly helped highlight the texture of the paper, giving it a pastel look.

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