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  1. #911
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    Seascape, yet another

    Have tried to do the crashing wave once again. Been trying to understand the details of wave forms, any good? Seeking suggestions from all please.
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    Beachscape

    Trying to learn more and more of waves and foam, any better? Seeking suggestions from all please.
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    The second wave set is lovely. I love the colors used. I think a key to waves and wave forms is being able to convey visual rhythm in a natural manner. A lot of times you'll need to augment what you see in order to convey the correct feeling. Turner was pretty good at this. Each wave form is a separate mass with character of it's own. Each wave builds upon the other creating a rhythm that helps the viewer make sense of the motion in the ocean.

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    Thanks for the observation Patrick!
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    I can cope with most subjects in any medium, but I find water difficult at the best of times and it generally takes me half a dozen goes to get it anywhere near right. So, though I can't offer any advice, very well done for your efforts! Impressive.

    Mike

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    I LOVE that explosive wave. Wow. The colors are fantastic and lively. The composition is great. The feel is super energetic. It's a great way to exploit your penchant for your frequently drawn brushwork (to the left of the explosion on the surface of the water). I think it may work particularly because the values are so close and the nature of the way foam sits on agitated sea water. It's more a fast impressionism technique -- and what could be faster than an exploding wave.

    I would hang that in a second in my office and look at it regularly when I was feeling tired. A great reminder that a creative explosion is available to be had.

    Really good. The second one looks like something you've done before. Is it a re-post? The subject is very different than the first one and as such it has a very different vibe.
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    Thanks sir for all the encouragement, yes the second one is an attempt to get the earlier ones better! Just learning to get the foam right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike A View Post
    I can cope with most subjects in any medium, but I find water difficult at the best of times and it generally takes me half a dozen goes to get it anywhere near right. So, though I can't offer any advice, very well done for your efforts! Impressive.

    Mike
    Thanks, Mike, for your kind words!
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    Sencillamente: Extraordinario!!! Esas olas, ese cielo, esa espuma .... me deslumbraron!!!
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    Seascape, yet again

    Trying to refine further, learning shadows and depth. Any improvements, seek suggestions from all please.
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