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Thread: A very orange pumpkin

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    A very orange pumpkin

    I goofed on the pumpkin colour but we can just imagine it had a sunburn ok A combo of oil and wc with a wee bit of SOS's sponge brush and a canvas added on top

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    It was left on the vine a bit long? love the lighting on the apples...squashy thing and heirloom tomato are nicely done as well.
    Hoping I got the names right, usually don't see them in a pre sliced, diced or precooked forms..
    Like the painting Jean!
    Takie care friend,
    Steve

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    Good looking still life..............

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    This is really a superlative painting and You really master the technique to make the subject emerge from darknes into light. Moreover an exquisite classical style. Full marks!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Jean, not a thing wrong with your pumpkin, all looks fantastic

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    Ah, a jack-o-lantern in training. Like an old school shot of the whole kinder-garden class on the rural route from the school play where they get to play vegetables for the parents. Nice painting.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Such a beautiful composition
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    Thank you Steve, Tony, Caesar, Sandy, Pat, DA and Andrea your comments are very much appreciated

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    Wiw they look good enough to eat and the lighting is terrific. well done Jean
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