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Thread: Lake Mill 4

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    Lake Mill 4

    Keeping away from sea scenery and pirates, here's a countryside scene of a Watermill which uses a stream falling into a lake to power the millwheel.. Decided to put in a little more detail than I normally do to try to make it more interesting to look at... Hope you like the picture...Jack.
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    So you're turning into a Flemmish painter, is it, Mr Tar? Look at all that great detail. Wonderful colors and diffuse lighting. Warm. Idyllic. I think the pirates be lookin' fer a place like this ta hide outs. . .

    Great job!

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    So you're turning into a Flemmish painter, is it, Mr Tar? Look at all that great detail. Wonderful colors and diffuse lighting. Warm. Idyllic. I think the pirates be lookin' fer a place like this ta hide outs. . .

    Great job!

    Mr D Akey... Hello D, Pleased to see you, thanks for the comment, I haven't done one with lots of detail for sometime really, probably since the Admiral Benbow times we had with all the others, miss those times.
    I have another version with a little more detail,( I added a house in the background mist), The more I do though the more I want to do....Compulsive painting it is I'll warrant, Ahar!!!
    Thanks for replying D great to see you on here, thanks for all your help in the past, I believe your advice all the way along has helped me to become a better painter, all the best.....Jack.
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    a beautiful and very accomplished work Jack. I had to view this in a new window so I could really zoom in to see the fine details... really remarkable work..

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    I love the colours and the detail - right down to the notices on the notice board! How long would it take you to paint something like this?
    June.

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    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
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    Great work and so much detail. The landscape is stunning!

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