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Thread: Sea Battle 1800s

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    Sea Battle 1800s

    Hi all, So this painting was inspired by The Bombardment of Algiers in 1816 by George Chambers Senior.

    Man this was such a struggle to do. But, I am pleased as a first effort. So enjoy!

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    You've created a very dramatic effect here. Fantastic sky.

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    What a powerful painting! Simultanoeusly ancient and modern as a style. Bravo!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    A struggle it might have been but it was well worth the effort. Fantastic work.
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    indeed a fantastic composition. I just have a small amount of confusion related to the sails position. As they are represented now looks like the boats are moving in reverse, not toward the horizon, otherwise the rear masts should be visible completely, wich would give greater dynamics to whole action.... just observing.
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    Great observation Orkhan. It is a little disturbing.

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    Thanks for the compliments. It is appreciated.

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    Hi Victor.....The texturing of the sky and water, the shadowing of the sails and the brightness of the explosions and fires
    gives this a good depth to the over all painting...Nicely done!
    Take care,
    Steve

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    The texture really adds

    The colors are really nice. The overall effect is very artistic.

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    Nice one Admiral. You sea the battle and took up the fight! Looks like you've set sail to some interesting territory. You have ambition inclined to take on lots of detail. Coming along!
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