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  1. #521
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    Thanks so much sir, at least I've been able to cover some distance. Your points are well taken. Shall try to improve further as I move on, thanks again sir.
    Learning by doing.

  2. #522
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    Seascape

    Have added a lighthouse this time.
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  3. #523
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    Con mucho agrado yo veo que tu estilo sigue siendo el mismo de siempre, pero cada tanto, nos muestras sus variaciones como éste que estoy comentado ahora.
    Las texturas: mar, roqueríos, cielos, ... son estraordinarias!

    With much pleasure I see that your style is still the same as always, but every now and then, you show us its variations like this that I'm talking about now.
    The textures: sea, rocks, skies, ... are extraordinary!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

  4. #524
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    Very dynamic! Lots of movement in this one. Sort of Impressionistic in approach in the sense that the shapes of your marks imply a general purpose -- like with the white bits of the waves, they are somewhat sprinkled on general one spot at a time, similar to how you approach the leaves on your trees. Later, once you're comfortable with getting the 'big picture' down, you can then add to the challenge by designing the shapes. There's a lot of paintings that you could look at for ideas of the visual vocabulary.

    But this is a particularly good job in the sense that it encompasses the idea of the scene. So never loose that. The challenge with getting in there and designing shapes is that they can sometimes outshine the overall painting, or they can be "wrong". And there is always the fear of doing something wrong, which often gets in the way of progress.

    So what you have going right now with your paintings is a very solid foundation skills (ie. a good concept of what makes a picture in general) upon which to build. Then you can add finesse little by little as you progress.

    Way to go!

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

  5. #525
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    Such encouraging words!! Thanks both of you, shall keep suggestions in mind, as always. Thanks again.
    Learning by doing.

  6. #526
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    Fall

    Have tried to work on the suggestions, highlighting only front tree.
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  7. #527
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    Nice stuff... I really like the lighthouse painting...

  8. #528
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    Thanks for the kind words.
    Learning by doing.

  9. #529
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    Love the color and composition.

    I love the use of color. Keep up the work! Yes, we all can learn by practicing. (Learn by doing)

  10. #530
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    Thank you for taking a look at my painting.
    Learning by doing.

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