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Old 03-06-2018, 09:53 PM
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Another attempt at a demo by Jeneane Lunn

This demo is being done on Canson 140lb c.p. watercolor paper 9"x12". I mixed in phalo blue to Golden's fine pumice gel laid down in 3 thin coats for a finely toothed surface perfect for layering pastels! It's not completely done yet but I had to post it because I think it's gonna be my best yet?! I used Rembrandt's artist and Richeson med. soft artist pastels. Not sure why the image uploaded sideways could someone please help me with it?! So sorry to bother anyone!!n
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Re: Another attempt at a demo by Jeneane Lunn

Sorry I can't straighten it for you, but looking sideways I can see you have a lovely sense of light and dark play going on here.
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Re: Another attempt at a demo by Jeneane Lunn



I flipped it, Jason, and tried to crop it as best as I can. It's a little off because of the angle that you took the photo (and my Photoshop skills are lacking or I would fix it.) This is looking very nice so far and I can see why you're happy with it. Was the original done on a blue surface or is that something you wanted to try? I've never tinted my pumice gel so I'm curious about what kind of acrylic paint you used - regular, fluid? It looks like it covered your watercolor paper very well.
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Re: Another attempt at a demo by Jeneane Lunn

May I point out one thing to you? I am soooooo impressed with your handling of the shadowed areas in the upper right hand corner. Lovely layering of colors, both in the eaves and on the stucco.
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Old 03-08-2018, 02:50 AM
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Re: Another attempt at a demo by Jeneane Lunn

Thanks everyone for your kind words I really do appreciate them so much it goes a long way with me!! Posting a WIP next so far it's awesome!
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