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Soothing Vista

Voy Kay 27 Dec 2021

Mgiese84 gave me the inspiration for this creation. His version is just 'WAW' and I hoped for myself to achieve just a good result.
Well, somehow I felt I had a good day and was able to produce a very acceptable painting! 90 minutes of fun!

Canvas used was a budget 12"x16". easiest part was .... perhaps the entire painting since it really is a smooth creation to take on, no real hazards or challenges here.
Hardest part was to write this description I guess ... SMILE!!


BTW, this is my 400th uploaded creation but only my 383th different one, my 191th Bob Ross recreation. Quite a road, I can tell you!

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Comments

Really good job! The trees are fabulous and details overall are really good!

Wow I love the blades of grass

Love the trees and the grass in front.

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Well done Voy! Very nice version. And you got it done even before 2022 started!

Oh my - 400! Congrats! Very nice painting, and I think your grass blades are top notch!

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Thank you Sandy!
And that with a very poor picture since I can assure you it's is twice better in reality!

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Thanks for your cheers Bob!
I was happy for those grass blades since they covered up the lawn, which I thought was too extended, but also created quite some depth in this painting.

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Thanks for your support Umagaan, always an assett to my creations!

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Matt, you were the inspiration of my transpiration! So happy for that!!

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Thank you Pam, I love it too!

Matt gave me advice on how to paint those blades. Although he used a waver brush for that, I took Bob's nr. 2 scriptliner for that which was loaded with green on one side and yellow on the other. It was SO satisfying to see the result and I almost overdid it, simply by joy!

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