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  1. #1141
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    Train watch

    Tried to depict the kid waiting for an oncoming train to pass on a late evening(all kids love trains!) The perspective, the fall leaves and shadows, been learning to do them right, any good? Seeking suggestions from all please.
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  2. #1142
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    Well it's getting there. The one thing distinctly perspective oriented paintings is that scale is unforgiving because every element relates to every other element. For example the tracks compared to the rest of the picture look extremely wide. But if you cover the left half of the picture the scale looks somewhat better. Anyway, it's sometimes good to do your drawing and maybe flip it horizontally (mirror image) and take a look to see if it's working both ways.

    I can see perspective is your Mt. Everest issue. Keep going. If one doesn't see perspective naturally, one has to rely on the mechanical approach. No shame in that. But even at that one has to look at the mechanically plotted image and breathe natural life back into it to take the edge off. You have a good feel to this picture. Just that you're still fighting the perspective. I still suggest picking simpler subjects (perspective wise) and get those right and work your way up, building on one right line after the other so your foundation is right every step.

    Anyway, the feel has a lot of heart. Nice color and all. I can see you're a natural artist. But now the technique has to come up farther to allow you to execute those 'stories'.

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  3. #1143
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    Rightly mentioned sir, perspective remains a challange for me! Trying to work on it, thanks for your valuable suggestions!
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    Love this landscape its so romantic and well painted your work is amazing.
    Christine.(Paint what you see, not what you know to be there)

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    Thanks so much for your encouraging words!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Looks fine to me and tells a story as well....
    Thanks so much!
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    Boats

    Calm water, reflections of rocks, pebbles under water and boats. Any good? Seeking suggestions from all please.
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    Hi Drskmishra

    Your last painting is fabulous i like very much
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    Thanks so much!
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