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Thread: Playing with some tools and amusing myself

  1. #1
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    Playing with some tools and amusing myself

    as my hands don't want to cooperate I played with LMI's tree stencil, SOS's sponge brushes and a oil brush and some symmetry Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi Jean. Very nice. They remind me if Majic lanterns. Well I don't know there real name ?.?

    What's with the hands then. Jean. .? Keep warm. And a large brandy will help. Ok. KiA ORA.

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    Hello Jean.....The high mountain trees are my favorite....feeling the cold and getting a chill to the bones!
    All nicely done.....Take care,
    Steve

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    So good to see you coming round again. . . I suppose it has little to do with your climbing the walls being snowed in till Spring thaw?

    I can only say that in jest having more than a little jealousy over your cooler temps. . . certainly cooler than here, though lately it's been very pleasant between heatwaves.

    These look great. I love the snow scene with the evergreen and that calendar challenged bird who's wondering where everybody went.

    Very fun. And like Mr Ploos, I hope your hands snap to and you enjoy your painting pass time none-the-less.

    Now throw another log onto the fire, put on some nice music in the background and get a cozy cup of something warm and paint! Wooohooooo!!!!!!!!!!! Nice stuff.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Very creative and all different Jean. I like the apple tree for it 'ornateness', and the snow scene is gorgeous. The autumn leaves show you are experimenting, and that's good.

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    Welcome back, really like the snowy landscape with the pine tree
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreamgart

    That's what art's about, isn't it -- at some point it's about the relationship between the art and the viewer, sort of like speed dating. (D Akey)

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    Wonderful to hear from you again

    Hi Jean , good to hear from you .. this turned out quite well makes for a great Holiday card...

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    You had a lot of fun for sure, but I enjoyed to see Your outcomes very much too! Bravissima, dear Jean!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Hi Jean, love this painting, it is so beautiful even if I don't like the cold lol

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    Thanks 80+, Steve, DA, Robyn, Andrea, Gary, Caesar and Pat for your very nice comments they are appreciated.

    80+ my hands just have a common case of the shakes, it comes and goes

    And I will be staying in , DA as it`s to hard to walk through snow that's above my knees and no I never learned how to snowshoe

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