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at a watercolor painting not sure of anything but it was theraputic and fun. a major learning experience. i know now i need more brushes more paints and definately more patience.
my first intention was to paint the windmill, tower tank rock silo and tank to spec. i ended up painting the day to night pic of the hunt. my insparation photo and what i was looking at while painting.
and now without further adue. my watercolor interpretation. dont be afraid to give me advice cause ALLknows i need it.
For 1st. attempt you did mighty fine !!!! Just have fun with it !!! I'm the fella that painted the indian knapping the knife that was on here some months back...Enjoy your painting.
EXCELLENT....and I'm not being sarcastic
If I was going to be critical ( which I am )....I would say.....NEVER APOLOGISE OR "EXPLAIN" YOUR ART
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder....You may very well have a style of your own that is NOT a copy of a photograph.......Just "be you"
This ought to be interesting
I will tell you the same thing I tell my students. That is a good start just keep working on the little things.
I wanted to add some of my own early painting ventures to this posting but the city keeps painting over them
Does "sculpture " in a picture frame count ? This creation I call the "history of Texas" ( Paleo, mid Archaic to bird pt )
Here's my Gyotaku dead fish, looks like just the eye is enhanced with brush & paint.
The paper is a rough texture with deliberate inclusions ( like linen pieces in $ bills )
any idea what the big tooth came from? i have one just like it and was just wondering
dont firget camel on the tooth and the jaw bones have a badger / raccon look to them. definately not an