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Old 03-01-2012, 08:18 AM
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Re: Homework Week 2-Essentials of Painting Waterfalls

Originally Posted by ArtbyPeggy
Here's the second waterfall I've ever done. Hopefully, it's better than my first
Since I still don't have my paints, this was done with colored pencils.

I would've left more white of the paper for the foam.
Some of my paintings:
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:02 AM
Sgourlayart Sgourlayart is offline
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Re: Homework Week 2-Essentials of Painting Waterfalls

Question to Johannes. There are dozens of good paintings submitted as homework in this and the previous waterfalls class with no critiques online and no critiques here in the forum by you. It seems like too many people are submitting homework for you to handle. Any ideas on how to handle this going forward? Early submitted homework makes it to the online review and will be in the purchaseable download eventually. Late submitted homework or resubmitted homework you review here. Should those artists who submitted their homework and hoped for an online review resubmit for feedback, or will you be going through the ones never reviewed online? Terrific to see so many people doing the homework, and I know you have been crushed by it; then when there are technical glitches in broadcasting, something has to give. I think this is important to look at for your future courses with enthusiastic new artists trying to incorporate your teachings. Can some of us help by commenting more on posted homework? Stu
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Old 03-03-2012, 05:30 PM
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Re: Homework Week 2-Essentials of Painting Waterfalls

Thanks so much for the comments Johannes. I was not happy with the original I posted so started to work on it again and then read your comment. I made a few changes and my 7 year old granddaughter told me the waterfall doesn't look frozen anymore. I am also watching your videos on Painting from Photographs, and the amount of information in them is wonderful. I also need to learn to take the photo in the same room with the same lighting!
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Old 03-03-2012, 06:02 PM
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Re: Homework Week 2-Essentials of Painting Waterfalls

Originally Posted by painterted
I have to thank you Joe for your waterfall workshop. In this painting I'm using way less pastel and using more white of the paper.


Ted, this is beautiful! I'm a big fan of your work. Do you have a website?

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