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Thread: Different for me...oils

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    Different for me...oils

    My first foray into oils (or at least anything I want to post..I am shy ya know lol) Your opinions are always appreciated ...it's a bit more 'raw' for want of a better word, than most I do..

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    Great solidity in those mountains

    I think you did really well.

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    A farmer would look at this and think this is going to be filled with life in no time.

    For a city dweller like myself, this looks a rather bleak place. I mean always nice to push paint around. But feel free to toss in some color. The palette ain't coming to dear.

    I can tell you're just thawing out. Spring will happen . . . er in less than a few hours now. Then BINGO! Go MOOSIE!!!!!!
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    Really your first oil. Very nice brush strokes and color platter. And, I like how you use the frosted platte knife to create the waves. Opinion? I want more..haha

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    Wonderful first ioil effort Moosie. Akey has some good observations - don't be afraid to throw some color at it. As you play with these you might put more attention on composition. It's cool and bold that you are venturing out. Go Moosie.
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    Great first go with the oils, that's a tool I haven't done much with , does not seem to want to do what I want it to

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    Thats very good for your first trip down the oils route. Well done and more please
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    It came out well and that comes from someone who has never gone the oil route as yet.
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