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Thread: Tree at Tongham

  1. #1
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    Tree at Tongham

    a quick oil sketch on my iPad based on paper sketches at the scene
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  2. #2
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    Nice!!! You get quite abit accomplished with your technique, I'am impressed!
    Also like 'Wetlands!
    Keep them coming,
    Stevemawmv
    Last edited by stevemawmv; 10-05-2013 at 05:40 AM.

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    Love this. This is exactly the look I'm trying to work on right now--a variation of broad strokes that actually come out looking like something. This is good inspiration. Thank you.

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    A pretty good effort!

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    Very nice and a lovely feeling of light
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    So lively

    I enjoy the colors and quick brushstrokes.

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    Good work Tongham! You have captured the scene quite nicely!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
    http://www.icompositions.com/artists/jibes


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    Quote Originally Posted by rscottfree View Post
    Love this. This is exactly the look I'm trying to work on right now--a variation of broad strokes that actually come out looking like something. This is good inspiration. Thank you.
    Thanks for your appreciation. My approach is to keep it simple and try to apply basic rules of drawing and painting.AR is a super app but it has to be kept under control,especially when you are learning how to use it,which I am. Best of luck.

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