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  1. #1
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    Dock

    Doodle - just playing wid artrage textures

    C and C are welcome
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    As always, great bold brushwork and juicy color. Really strong. You have a real aptitude for bold painting.

    I don't have a criticism so much as a question, over the boat, there seem to be some vertical white thin lines running parallel to the front mast that don't refer to anything I can tell. Since they're more or less centered it looks as if you were looking for where the gutter might go for a picture book illustration. But I doubt that was the intention. If they're supposed to be ropes (lines) they look pretty mechanically straight and vertical in the middle of a painting that appears more spontaneous and non-mechanical. It's something of a palette knife Bob Ross mark which seems like a trick of a tool rather than having a reason for being in this painting. And there are enough of them to pull my attention there and wonder what they are.

    Anyway, it's really a very nice painting.
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    Beautiful color use.
    I really like the reflection of the boat in the water.

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    Bold strokes and unusual colours. Works really well!

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    Love the brushstrokes

    I enjoy the bold colors as well. Very exciting painting to me.

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    I like this a lot, love the brushwork
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    What a materish brushstroking! Luminous and airy. A real pleasure to eyes.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Great brush strokes and palette. Very colorful........

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    Thank U

    D Akey ...As i Mentioned it was very loose sketch kinda work....i was just playing wid colours and textures.....u r right it looks very odd to be so straight lines......idea was to show the ropes but.yes it looks very straight..........as i have received so many positive response on this piece, i will surely work further on this and make lil more detailed .....Thank You very much for the feedback sir !

    And Thanks a lot each and everyone for the appreciation !


    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    As always, great bold brushwork and juicy color. Really strong. You have a real aptitude for bold painting.

    I don't have a criticism so much as a question, over the boat, there seem to be some vertical white thin lines running parallel to the front mast that don't refer to anything I can tell. Since they're more or less centered it looks as if you were looking for where the gutter might go for a picture book illustration. But I doubt that was the intention. If they're supposed to be ropes (lines) they look pretty mechanically straight and vertical in the middle of a painting that appears more spontaneous and non-mechanical. It's something of a palette knife Bob Ross mark which seems like a trick of a tool rather than having a reason for being in this painting. And there are enough of them to pull my attention there and wonder what they are.

    Anyway, it's really a very nice painting.
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