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Old 08-02-2017, 02:41 PM
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A smoky practice

Again after ages...I am here with a practice painting which I did with transparent watercolor using wet on wet technique. Was trying to create some smoke on paper.
Done on 22" * 15" 200 gsm handmade paper.
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Great. smoke works well with the warm pots and cold ground
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Old 08-02-2017, 03:43 PM
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I'm fascinated in particular with the upper part of the painting - kinda works even on it's own as an absract - lovely
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Terrific brass work, wonderful smoke effects.

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Love both the smoke and the brass.

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Very clever painting. Your brass pots and smoke are excellent.
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Yes this is great. Wonderful work.

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I like the brass work.

A very mystic smoke, with its veiled face
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Very nice, great smoke.
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Thanks a lot Doug, Maria, Jan, Yahya, Marcel, Kate, Mark and equal for liking my work..smoke is addictive...thinking of plunging into more...
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You did create smoke. Good job!
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Thank you Jan
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Wonderful work - prima smoke!

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Wonderful work - prima smoke!

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Thank you so much Ernst...your comment means a lot to me.
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Great job on both the smoke and brass...interesting painting.
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