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Thread: Tree(which background)wip

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    Tree(which background)wip

    I started this a few days ago...didn't have the time to return to it until today(my four kids keeping me very busy at the moment :lol: :roll: )
    Was in a totally different mood from when I started it.......and decided to change the sky. I can't decide if that was a good idea or not????
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    Both are beautiful.
    It will be interesting to see how you develop the lighting on the tree.

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    Six of one, half dozen of the other. I'll sit on my hands. There's a lot good to be said of both.

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    I'm afraid I have to agree. Both have interesting stories to tell. The first has that airy warm spring breeze feel while the stormy b/g catches that re- emergence of sunlight after a spring shower. I almost want to turn around and look for the rainbow. Excellent as always "B".

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    WOW!
    I think everything gels in the first pic....the second one...i think the lighting is a bit off.....but thats My opinion Bumble.........both are fantastic
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    I think the first one is the best. But it's amazing how much a different background changes the initial catch. DoodLS

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    Gotta go with the first one.. But both are very good..
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    It's already a very beautiful start. I love them. As others have mentioned before, both versions give different atmostphere and really depends on what you're going to add in the painting.

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    Thank you very much everyone for your comments....done some more on the first version..probably will end up doing both versions :lol:
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    Hi Bumble,

    I'm so glad to see your paintings again!

    Its a such lovely tree you have painted and I love what you've done with the spring leaves.
    Another thing which amazed me was the grass!!! :shock:
    Its one of the things I really struggle with, and yours looks so realistic!

    Any tips on how to do realistic grass painting?

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