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Old 04-08-2012, 09:50 AM
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Johannes, thank you for that great class. I learned so much. Painting rocks was so difficult to me in the past, now I begin to understand the correlation between shape, light and color of rocks. You do make me a better artist.


I attended each webinar since January 2011 and of course I registered for the snow and grass classes. Hope I will have time to visit your life class next sunday.


Klaus
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Hi, Johannes, Thank you for the very helpful class on rocks and for posting your paintings. Diane
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Sorry but you are not the only one whose submission I did not address. There are just too many so I use the general amount to make a general point.
I realize you can't critique them all - way too many! When I saw mine pop up as you were scanning through them, I had my hopes up, lol.
Someone posted about a seascape class. Is a seascape class in the works?
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Old 04-08-2012, 03:33 PM
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Re: Essentials of Painting Rocks-Discussion Thread

Johannes,

Thank you so much for another great class! Hopefully one of these days I'll be able to come to you in person for some much needed instruction!

Have registered for Essentials of Snow & Grass, and am so looking forward to it!!

Sandy G.
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Old 04-09-2012, 02:45 PM
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Thank you so much Johannes for your cretique on my painting. I am very encouraged by your words and I will see you next sunday for the 6 hours instruction. Great idea and I am sure it will be a great treat for us, again like all the other lessens. Thank you.
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Re: Essentials of Painting Rocks-Discussion Thread

Johannes - I have been enjoying your webinars and hope to make a first attempt at painting rocks. Is there a 'homework' assignment after your last rock class?
Many thanks for your instruction and inspiration.
Shirley
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Old 04-10-2012, 10:54 PM
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Johannes - I have been enjoying your webinars and hope to make a first attempt at painting rocks. Is there a 'homework' assignment after your last rock class?
Many thanks for your instruction and inspiration.
Shirley
No I did not assign homework because I would have no way to verbally address over 50 submissions.
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Old 04-14-2012, 07:42 PM
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Re: Essentials of Painting Rocks-Discussion Thread

This was a wonderful, informative class. Took lots of notes. Only hope I can put them to good use in future. Just yesterday, ordered a 20 pan painting set online, so can't wait to get them. I am a watercolorist, as that was the media I was introduced to, but hope to learn and apply so much more with the PP..
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Re: Essentials of Painting Rocks-Discussion Thread

Thank you, Johannes for another wonderful class.
I didn't think there was so much to learn about rocks.
I have a question. When the rocks have a lot of lichen and moss how do you handle that when you paint? Totally ignore those colours or use them? What are your thoughts?
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Old 04-16-2012, 03:44 PM
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Re: Essentials of Painting Rocks-Discussion Thread

Jo, not sure if this is the right place to post this but I watched your Sunday class yesterday, painted along and loved it! Did not get finished and am wondering if I heard you say you are posting the video somewhere for further viewing? That would be so wonderful for us who didn't think it was so easy painting that grassy foreground and must do it again. I am certainly looking forward to the Grass and Snow classes next month. Really need that subject! Thanks a million for everything you have taught!! Joanne Cook
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