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Old 07-01-2019, 07:55 PM
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Re: WOYE (What's On Your Easel) 2019

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I know I said I wouldn't spam my WIP but I'm really happy with how it's shaping up after last night's session. I still have to firm up the edges and colors on the foreground rapids and finish the fallen tree.

Do I need something in the background left? My original picture was heavily cropped to make this image; there's a few more rocks outside the left edge of the frame and I'm wondering if I should pop those in.


Ken you have done wonderful rushing swirling water. I love that my eye takes me straight from the water and to the branch/rock and unless you wanted salmon going upstream ( you have two little dark blue lines which I thought perhaps may be a suggestion of fish) I would leave well alone, as it is lovely as it is... in my view . Great work.
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