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Thread: Autumn Glory Triptych - Finished!

  1. #11
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    You should be very proud of this work. That is going to make a stunning wall at your work place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac View Post
    You should be very proud of this work. That is going to make a stunning wall at your work place.
    Thank you! I am very pleased with it and can't wait to see it in printed!

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    Gorgeous result! They'll look great hung.

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    You did that for a workspace? Lucky workers! Wonderful. Congratulations. Hope your fellow workers appreciate it as much as we do. I should think that the scale in real space would have an extra impact of environment. A window into an ideal and sumptuous setting. You may find people eating their lunch in front of it.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    You did that for a workspace? Lucky workers! Wonderful. Congratulations. Hope your fellow workers appreciate it as much as we do. I should think that the scale in real space would have an extra impact of environment. A window into an ideal and sumptuous setting. You may find people eating their lunch in front of it.
    Thanks!! Yeah, it's for a new break room/green room for production/guest entertainment-relaxing room. We just converted what used to be a dingy garage that was just used for storage into a really nice break room. I've been using it to relax and draw too. The founder of the company wanted me to do a painting in there and I was working with the decorator on what would look good - and we decided that a large triptych in bold Autumn colors would look good in there.

    Here's earlier photos about a month ago of what the room looks like. It's since been updated with lamps, and some art on other walls and a large mirror on one wall. There's a professional pool table and ping pong table in there plus there may be a foosball table coming. The garage door has been revamped and since we can't get rid of it due to building codes it is covered by a nice thick curtain.

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    The blank wall there is where my paintings will hang.

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    This is still looking bare right in this shot, but it's since been decorated.

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    French doors lead to our production department where I work.

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    Once the paintings arrive and I hand-brush the impasto embellishing gel on them and they are hung, I'll take more pics of it. That way you can see how ArtRage was used to enhance a really nice break room that will be seen by many people, we get lots of tours.

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    Sounds like my kind of garage! Awesome. Compliments to you all and especially the boss.

    Please take us a photo when you have the giclees in place. Fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Sounds like my kind of garage! Awesome. Compliments to you all and especially the boss.

    Please take us a photo when you have the giclees in place. Fun!
    I sure will, thanks!

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    Some photos of the finished prints!

    As promised! The giclee prints just arrived!! I just opened them up this morning. They were professionally packaged. They are gallery-wrapped prints with black sides from Fine Art America (I love that place.) They are pretty large at 40" x 22" with a clear gloss coating that gives them an oil look. I put the coffee cup in there for comparison. This photo still doesn't do them justice, they look great in person. I am very, VERY pleased with the results. I was biting my nails in nervous anticipation waiting to see the results. They are beautiful! Once they are hung on the wall (they are just sitting temporarily on my table) I'll get another photo of them, hopefully standing beside them.

    Just remember - that these were done entirely in ArtRage - my favorite painting program now!

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    Holy crap that's great. I know I always have a nice feeling when my work is printed. I've actually never printed mine on canvas, but I'm going to give it a go with my latest one. I'm going to be interested in seeing your impasto finishing. It'd be great if you made a video showing your working on one of them.

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