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    A corner of the living room

    This began as one kind of painting and ended up as quite another!

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    Brett
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    That is so good Brett - you are living proof that "practice makes perfect".
    June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    That is so good Brett - you are living proof that "practice makes perfect".
    Thanks June! I don’t know about perfect, but I certainly am enjoying painting at the moment.

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    Love this, really feel that warm sunlight filling the room.
    The orange and teal colour palette works perfectly for this “story”.
    And once again some great handling of watercolour textures by you.
    Quote Originally Posted by Perendale View Post
    This began as one kind of painting and ended up as quite another!
    I think we’ve all experienced that one time or another! Sometimes a piece has a much better idea of what it’s going to be than we do and all we can do is follow it’s lead!
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    Thank you Mark for your thoughtful comment.

    I’ve been experimenting with glazes in ARV. the teal is actually three different blues on top of each other.

    Brett
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    I like the very nostalgic color palette. very peaceful and pleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nekomata View Post
    I like the very nostalgic color palette. very peaceful and pleasant.
    Thanks Nekomata!

    Brett
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameliasmith View Post
    Wow!
    Super cool and beautiful painting
    Thanks Amelia

    Brett
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