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Old 09-05-2012, 06:03 PM
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Re: Outside looking in

You're welcome Paul. I think it's neat when the photographers see what the artists have painted from their photos.
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great work .. on the water .. and also this child wonderfully painted.
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Re: Outside looking in

Oh my! I'm speakless! How do you do it? At first glance I thought it was oil. I work in acrylic, but I have to say, you have mastered the medium. You mentioned glazing in a previous post. Do you use any product specifically to keep the acrylic wet and fluid?
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I have to agree, this is really fantastic. I have a grand daughter that would be doing that. Warms the heart
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Re: Outside looking in

Thank you Claude, I am as fascinated with water as this little girl.
Thank you Jo, no mediums just water, I use the wet palette system. My glazes are usually done over dry paint or sometimes I scrub colour on top with a stiff hog bristle blending as I go.
Thank you AggieDarlin, yes the grandkids, I've painted all four of mine.
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Old 09-07-2012, 10:18 AM
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Re: Outside looking in

I love the way you render material. A long sore spot for me. I love the way you work the water. Its just beautiful. thankyou for posting it.
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just gorgeous
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Re: Outside looking in

brilliant..wish i could do this
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Re: Outside looking in

Thank you budhabee, the material had fairly broad treatment while the water was more difficult.
Thank you Kathrin, I appreciate it.
Thank you Brenda, your journey will get easier as you go, observe, absorb, create.
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Wow.
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