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Old 07-24-2001, 04:04 PM
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Almost a Salad, corrected in some ways possible

I try to salvage the painting by changing the background and changing the shadows...But photo came out too dark...

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Old 07-24-2001, 06:00 PM
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Get rid of the mortar

The painting would be helped if you took out the mortar...the shape is odd looking, (oddly phallic) The eye is drawn to it and because it's not really clear what it is, the eye keeps returning and tries to figure it out. The light outline only accentuates this problem now.
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The shadows have helped to pull it together more.
I agree with SanDL about taking out the mortar.
Then perhaps move the back tomato closer to it's mates.
I do like the changes you have made
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Old 07-25-2001, 12:15 PM
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SanDl and Leflin, thank you for your comments. I think I will put this painting some where in the corner, face to the wall and wait for a while,because I may ruin it right now as I already did with another one trying to change it. I do not think that I am ready to do radical changes, so I better spent my time on other paintings.
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