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Pretty cool. There's a sculptor on YouTube who does all their work this way.Happy Mute Monday!
As someone who is only versed in appreciating the final product, I enjoyed seeing the actual process. Very enlightening! Happy Mute Monday!
I love this! Very interesting with the build-up of the color layers before the finished product starts taking shape. Your own work?
Very cool! I had no idea that so much goes into layering colors, before you get to the landscape/etc.Great job and happy MM!
What theyall said! Quite fascinating. Happy MM x
Troll, I still cruise youtube searching to learn...I'll keep my eyes open for the sculptor because, well, I'de like to try that myself...Moi, well...I guess this wasn't actually the finished piece which i polished off this morning,http://nongratiaanusrodentum.blogspot.com/for the fini...Boxer, well, I went above and beyond to show that ALL of the colors on there were somehow green...the sky turned 'blue' when I put on the yellows, the woods got reddish/orange when I tossed on the whites, and my fingers turned green and I had to wasn m'mitts before hitting the hay.Joanna, I absolutely got the biggest kick out of your video (Jean, too!)
Good evening Boneman,Most of my painting involves a Groco pump and a # 17 nozzle. So, this is pretty spiffy.Happy Mute Monday
I've never seen a painting put together like that. And I love landscapes, my favorite art.Happy MM!
The transformation is magical.
Karl, if the canvas is big enough, then, it sounds artistic enough!Buzz Kill, I'm sure I couldn't be the only person to do this technique, but, I'm not sure who else does.Jean, and all the while talking to you.That 'magic' as you say must come from you!
Very cool. :)
yes...cool green I would venture to say...thanx.
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