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Old 03-06-2019, 10:19 AM
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Re: Couple of small ones

Thank you Derek and Lisa
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I think both of these are beautiful too, CaliAnn! Their loose, monochromatic moodiness appeals to me very much.
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With so mzny styles and techniques available to see on the internet it's so easy to get excited and want to try them all and then find ones self hung up somewhat. I speak from experience.
These are very lovely, and frameable. If you enjoy them, do more, then maybe try using two colors, see what happens, and so on. Just a thought.
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With so mzny styles and techniques available to see on the internet it's so easy to get excited and want to try them all and then find ones self hung up somewhat. I speak from experience.




Wendy: That just about sums it up for me! I am constantly looking at other's work and oohing and ahhing and wanting to try what "they" did. These 2 small paintings took me about 15 minutes each - if I spend too long on a painting (more than 1 hour) - I get bored with it, that's why I'm going to be sticking to small sizes for a while ..... until something else catches my eye and I want to try that too! I'm hopeless! LOL
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I would agree with Randy. Its all about the amount of practice, and the control of the medium particularly with watercolours. Lots of nice wc effects going on in these, but the 2nd has more of a composition which makes it for me. Beautiful.
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