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Thread: Quickscape

  1. #1
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    Quickscape

    Quick little warm up painting for the day.

    About 2 hours of painting with one of my sample color sets mixing on a scrap as a palette to get my color varieties. It was fun, used some of those techniques that Peter showed for making clouds if a bit modified to meet my needs here. Really fun.

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    - Delo

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    Gorgeous painting...love the scene and the choice of hues....

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    Love it! The colours, rugged mountains and the lighting - really lovely.
    June.

    Oh God of homeless things, look down
    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
    -
    Unknown.

    http://enug66.deviantart.com/gallery/

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    Love the mist effect.. It really adds character!

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    Beautiful colours in your lovely painting, reminded me of Winslow Homer's "the Woodcutter"

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    Fabulous................................ could be a Fantasy book cover!























    Da go Te'
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    The Woodcutter! I should have totally given him an axe! Didn't want us to focus too long on the guy though. I ended up adding a few more clouds up in the sky as it was feeling a bit barren, just creating some interesting patterns and depth.

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    Thanks for looking everyone! It's nice getting the positive encouragement, as artists sometimes we will find ourselves scrutinized and compared to everything else, which often has a side effect of becoming discouraged. I'd realized over these past couple years that I could care less how much better someone might or might not be than I am. This community is a welcome change from some that I've been in here recently, everyone is so positive and helpful without being discouraging about things. So glad I found this place.

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    Sorry if I offended, I wasn't comparing just saying what your painting brought to mind

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    We're glad you found it too! I love the pallet. The scene is very dramatic and awe inspiring. I think everybody can relate to those moments where you just round the corner are crest a ridge and are met with something so vast and beautiful that it's almost like a moment of shifting consciousness, or at least carries with it the promise of a jump.

    I'm enjoying your paintings quite a bit, and what you post a whole lot. Thanks for participating in bringing your energy to the mix. It's stuff like that that makes this all work.

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

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    Beautiful painting

    Love the colors and all the sensitive effects in sky and mountains . Nice job!

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