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Old 09-12-2018, 02:35 PM
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Title: Expresive tree
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Dimension: 21x30 cm
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My take of an abstract tree, not means to be any kind of naturel.

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Re: Expresive tree

It seems to be flat on the land instead of an upright tree?
Not sure if that is how you want it or not.
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Re: Expresive tree

Well, not sure of thet, how to get it up and forward ?
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Re: Expresive tree

All I can see is a turtles head, in profile, on the right side of the tree.
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Re: Expresive tree

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Well, not sure of thet, how to get it up and forward ?

light needs to fill some of the space between the foreground hilltop and the tree.

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Re: Expresive tree

I don't know if you could change it much since it is watercolor, but might be ways to make it more 3 D looking.. The watercolor forum might have details on fixing things...or for next time... Some of it is the angle of the trunk , spreading out across the area.. and the high horizon that doesn't come across as some flat land then a hill..

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