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Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

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MindGem
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Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

Postby MindGem » Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:42 am

Hiya, here's a painting I completed a few month ago. I'm pretty happy with the result but I feel I'm much stronger now. Anyways, got critique, what can I improve?

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Re: Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

Postby Grandaddyearl » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:08 am

Nice piece. If you do a video like on your winter Home commission, shoot the birds first. Grandaddyearl
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Re: Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

Postby Kishyie » Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:14 am

It think it's pretty much impressive already. The details in the soil and rocks, even the trees are very well done. Even the lighting and the fading of colors between the background and the foreground is well done :)
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Re: Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

Postby MindGem » Sat Oct 28, 2017 1:19 pm

Thank you very much Kishyie :D
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Re: Landscape painting - Clearing by the steam

Postby John Marsdon Watkins » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:31 am

Good job if your intent was to create a traditional art piece, but if you are to create a realistic art work i wold suggest to work on a more natural realistic stones & rocks . It is all about what the customer is looking for .I would purchase this piece to display in a modern traditional home ,the size is also important , should be at least 3 feet x ? to give the work that special display charter . This is very positive critique and yes i would purchase it .GOOD JOB :D :D :D

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