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    bouquet of flowers 2

    Hi to all artists..

    this is an other version of my bouquet of flowers..when someone look an other time to one work he can do more good things
    the background make with the ruller tool
    hope you like it
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    Very cool. You're painting some very fine paintings. Very pleasurable, and in some cases thought provoking.

    A famous author whose book I was reading on how he writes, he said he writes to his special audience -- in his case it's his wife, where he can write something and imagine her reaction -- whether laughing at a joke or being touched in some way by a particular passage. It helps him focus.

    I think it could work for painters the same way, when you're doing something for yourself, and not trying to fulfill someone else's idea. We have the freedom to speak to that special audience in that case. It's good to take a painting of flowers out of being merely a painting of something pretty into something grand.

    Nice stuff.
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    It's wonderful how strokes with the roller can produce a truly believable vase of flowers. I like it very much.

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    Hello Samiro....Nothing wrong with a second look and if you believe it can be improved....Go For It!
    I like it...strong brush strokes and really starting to like the roller effect as well...Nicely done!
    Take care,
    Steve

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    I love it. Very imaginative. I'd print and hang it.
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    thanks for all nice comment dear artrager i appreciate them all
    on this vase i find that also the "adjust colors layer" is very useful" sometimes you find a look with this adjusment you didnt expect it.
    just now i knew maybe 10 pourcent about artrage function . hope i learn more.

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    I love it. Very thought provoking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandra View Post
    I love it. Very thought provoking.
    thanks vandra;
    here below the vase twin..
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    Love this style for floreal still lives!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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