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Thread: Ruines on the Hill

  1. #1
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    Ruines on the Hill

    Pure imagination,water color and a little of knife.
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    It's interesting how little pigment you choose to put down, sort of as a rule. Is there a conscious reason for that? I could understand if you had to go out and buy paint, which is definitely costly, but use 2 colors or 200, it all costs the same. So I assume it's because it's working for you on some level. What do you like about it? I can see it could be nice, but I wonder what your intention is.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I know the colors are few but i liked the outcome of the strokes i made on a background of a wood texture,when i look at it? i see these "undulations" in the field leading to the ruins,just had to put some shadows here and there to accentuate the shapes in the field.
    Even as green is not a favor color of mine!!!!! i love nature and therefor the green color...(my fav colors are black,red)

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