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Old 05-04-2005, 04:49 AM
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i checked out your latest (landscape)work
and i really like where you are going
as mysterious as Turner!!
C&C always welcome
painting wales diary
painting le tour
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Old 05-04-2005, 11:08 AM
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HI Martin
Thank you for the editing, I definitely know why you change the composition like that, I guess it's just the littke blue sky revealing itself from the thick clouds made me want to include it. Contrast is the ONE problem I am having right now. It's ok in a misty day but a sunny day contrast is very important. Sometimes I look at painters work like Twachtman, some of his darks are just so darks, darker than you'd believe but it just works, and I really like that. As for the figure suggestion, I will do that, but figures never appear in my paintings, because where I paing is usally very isolated, but I do see cars though, maybe cars. Thanks a lot for all the advices.

Thanks a lot, Turner, my long term inspiration, I LOVE how he shows small arctecture forms in a vast landscape.
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