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    Cool 4 gallons left

    I really felt like drawing something and this 5 gallon water bottle was right in front of me. It was picking up the yellowish light from the kitchen. This is my first post, so I hope I loaded the image correctly. Tell me what you think.
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    Great job, it describes it perfectly!

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    I think I like it.

    Sure looks like 4-gallons left to me.

    Well done. And a warm welcome.
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    Welcome to the ArtRage forum! What a great image to start with. I'll look forward to seeing more of your work.
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    It's a very pleasing shape and the colours play beautifully together. The lemon and lilac blue are lovely.
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    beautiful. love your drawing and painting style. a real winner there. can tell your art talent and experience and you really took off and flew immediately with the ArtRage. love the yellow tones in this color sketch. great stuff! can't wait to see more of your work.

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    Nice job castlemaninc. That's an entrance by the great door: for a first post, it is "number One". The colors are marvelous and the transparency is perfectly translated. You are in the starting blocks? GO !!!
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    A glorious start indeed! I like very much how richly You painted this humble subject and how much style You show. It looks a most credible acrylic, real painting valuable artpiece. Congratulations!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Welcome to the forum and you are off to a great start with your first painting, it looks so realistic picking up the reflecting colours in the container.
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