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Thread: Kekerengu

  1. #1
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    Kekerengu

    Where my best beloved and I like to go and eat lunch sometimes in the shop there.

    Brett


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  2. #2
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    Fantastic. Wonderful style.

    I like the re-use of that leaf shape that you used for the trees in a previous pic on the road. It was good there but it's really nice here.

    LOVE and I mean LOVE that wave. Really fantastic that.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

  3. #3
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    Really nice painting and I can see why you visit this great place, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    I had to wait until night time to see this as the winter sun is messing with my screen! It was worth waiting for. Really nice little painting Brett.

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    this is beautiful work Brett, these past couple have a different feel that your earlier works. I really like these blues. the variance between the sky blue ( very deep saturated sky ) and the slightly greenish tint of the Ocean blues.. I also love the texturing in the colors of various tones of the color... and as DAkey says the leaf forms in the foreground are sweet!... I also am impressed with the flattened space in this one , meaning that the colors and shapes are layered do not give a sense of directional lighting or atmospheric distance, this adds to the decorative quality like a very fine print... nice work

  6. #6
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    Thanks everyone. I really appreciate the support.

    For anyone interested in a technical note, the trees and leaves that have been mentioned are created with the inkpen. Set the taper bias to 10%, the taper length to 70% and the smoothing to 80% and the opacity to about 80% or more. Then you can use pen pressure to get different sizes of leaves/trees whatever. You can play with the settings once you see what they do. Moving the taper bias will create a "stalk/trunk" on the end of the leaf etc etc.

    Cheers

    Brett
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  7. #7
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    Really nice Brett, a lovely place.
    Geoff

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