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Thread: The Parasol

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    The Parasol

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    Hope you like this one. Isnt AR4 great so much to learn
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Hello Hello Katie Katie Coops where's you've been!? I know these Days of rest are good for your complexsion

    anyway Brolleys and A4 Stop Stop ma poor brain is shrieking in pain AR...........H ok ok not the dreaded layers again, at least this time make sure the fruit is a bit EADABULL

    SLAINTE

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    So green and quiet, and it all works. Love the transparent parasol Katie, it's a clever touch.

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    Your colour choices are soothing.

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    Interesting choice of colours that offer a peacefulness to the scene.
    Nice idea on parasol being transparent .
    Geoff

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    Charming as always!

    It would be fun to see your work in an exhibition . They go together so well.

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    I love the parasol and the pearls too... You show so delicate details

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    You've done it again...another wonderful painting with beautiful texture and color
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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