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MissMouse
05-31-2001, 11:38 AM
This is my first water color in years ! The duck is named Duckie Girl, I helped rehabilitate her last spring and she brought her boyfriend back this year. She inspired me, to pick up the brush again.


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Rose Queen
05-31-2001, 01:05 PM
Lovely! Very fluid and an excellent subject for watercolor. Isn't it nice that Duckie Girl came back? The only thing I wonder about is the strong horizontal line of the shore - it sort of drags your eye out of the picture and off the focus. I'm not sure what you might do about that, but I'm sure some of the more experienced hands at this website will weigh in. Please keep submitting things here; your work is quite good.

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carly
05-31-2001, 02:13 PM
Really nice subject! Duckie and her mate will return each year since you've made them feel so welcome!

The shoreline is heavy because you don't have much color in the water. Strengthen that and everything will work together.
carly

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