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  1. #811
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    I recommend that you set it aside and then look at it after at least a week with a fresh eye. The issues will become apparent to you.

    What I see is that you are getting into other areas of the painting experience that come with having done a lot of it. The main one is that your mind is starting to get cluttered. When I backslide this much it usually means I am too tired and I'm not thinking clearly.

    So my recommendation is to step back a bit.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Point taken sir, sure I'd observe more of paintings and try to learn! Thanks for the kind advice!
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    Copper ware

    Back after a break with this still life, reflections and all. Any better? Seeking suggestions from all please.
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    Perspective's a bit weird, but the colors and surface look like a winner to me.
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    Thanks, sir! Was trying to learn the surface and color, shall have to work more on the perspective!
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    Las texturas son extraordinarias... Me parece muy original este estilo...Suerte!
    Regards from Chile
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    Quote Originally Posted by damasocl View Post
    Las texturas son extraordinarias... Me parece muy original este estilo...Suerte!
    su aliento me ayuda siempre, gracias señor
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    Highlands

    Have tried to do some details on mountains, shadows and trees. Seeking suggestions from all please!
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    Hi. drskmishra. Just love your colours ok. I can't comment. As your in the hands of the best. And I'm only a old Bodger
    Trying to paint myself. Ok. Will watch from afar. To see your progress. CIAO. Ploos. HASTA. lA. VISTA. SLAINTE

  10. #820
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    A thought: if you want to show depth, as one would probably want to when doing something realistic, you will see that the saturation diminishes and leans toward the sky color and the darks lighten far more than the foreground. That requires more paint mixing rather than repeating very similar colors throughout the painting. You have only a slight change from foreground into the picture, and the strokes are also rather similar. As an artist, you need to keep these balls in the air as you juggle a complex landscape.

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

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