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here is the 1st in a series of Adobe sun scenes, please critque as I am trying to be subtle with warms and cools yet have a explosive point of interest. Thanks Dano
Someone please resize this so we can see iot LOL, this is toooooo HUGE!!!!Dano
11-06-2000, 09:59 AM
Truly beautiful Dano!!! I would only have one thing to point out...the area with the yellow...rising/setting sun...shouldn't there be other areas with some dramatic lighting also??? Like your backround...or a bit of the foreground?? I guess I'm trying to say...shouldn't there be a bit of yellow in another place??? Maybe not as bright..but still the sun is setting on everything...there should be some indication of that don't you think???
Just my opinion...if you don't change it...it still works. Love your rich colors. They are totally lucious!!!
11-06-2000, 05:39 PM
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This is awesome. I think it's your best piece so far. Just for fun, I wanted to see how it would look if it was cropped so.
11-24-2000, 07:37 AM
Dano, I have a very extensive palette, and I am very impressed by this piece. You have certainly given this adobe house a tequila sunrise effect that is charming to say the least. Good job http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif
PS I spent a lot of my childhood in Amarillo and Memphis.
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Thanks for resizing! I can never figure that out. you all are too kind with your comments I am red/green colorblind but to me amazment Ben Konis also of Amarillo Tx and a very accomplished Artist, is colorblind also, Ben works in Pastels mostly and a few oils. So maybe colorblindness isnt so bad after all, I jus paint the world as i see it and hope you all can enjoy,
All the Best in this Season,
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