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william
11-12-1999, 11:58 PM
http://www.wetcanvas.com/Critiques/User/vila.jpg

Watercolour over cheap paper without brand.

This one was made with the same draw I used with the acrylic one that I posted some days ago. And It's a little bigger too.
I'm too impulsive, so i make the draws over thin paper and trace it later to the working paper and it's easier to work the same subject with different medias... and if something goes wrong I don't have to redraw from the beginning.
The sands are dark because the rocks in the island where I live are volcanic.

irene clark
11-13-1999, 09:59 PM
I like this one even better. Perhaps it's because there's more detail. I'm a stickler for detail.
How lucky you are to live so close to the ocean. Certainly you get much inspiration from your surroundings.
I love doing clouds as well, but yours are heavenly.
Keep on stroking those brushes.
Irene Clark

Julia
11-22-1999, 09:41 PM
This is really great!!! But as the sky occupies half of the work, it should be paid more attention. I would add more yellow and green to it to make the shole picture more consistent in terms of color. Is it form life or photo, by the way?

william
11-23-1999, 11:57 PM
Julia, this is the photo...
It was a rainy cold day, and I used a cheap camera.

http://www.wetcanvas.com/Critiques/User/mod.jpg

DrFeelgood
11-25-1999, 11:33 PM
Your skys are awesome! I admire your abilitys
your landsapes have such a magnificence about them. They inspire me to paint, to not give up.
Thanks for uplifting my spirits with your paintings(encore!)
John