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Fisherman's Trail

TonyM 14 Feb 2024

Fisherman's Trail - Joy of Painting s28e1 - Version 3

I'm on a roll here. This is #3 of the 4 canvases I prepared with the 'woodgrain effect' that Bob uses in his original.


Here is some info I copied from my prior post describing the wood effect process:

"The wood effect background of this one really intrigued me, but I was always apprehensive to give it a shot. Well today was the day. I figured my first attempt would be a total botch job.

I was quite surprised at how easy the background is to create. The wood background took about 15 minutes to create. On a side note, I mixed up way too much brown color, so I prepared 3 more canvases of various sizes for future paintings.

I quickly found that the paint is much wetter after creating this effect, and my best course of action was to let the canvas dry for a couple days, re-apply the liquid clear, and then continue on to create the actual painting."

This was incredibly fun to paint and I am truly experiencing the 'Joy of Painting' lately.

18" x 24" canvas. As always, your comments (especially suggestions) are desired and welcome.

Oils

Comments

Very nice work!

Wow. Just wow.

Beautiful, cool woodgrain

Hey Tony , nice Mountains. TopπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

Great mountains!

Agree, the wood grain is great, and the mountain highlights are top notch!

You really have the wood grain effect figured out! Nice job!!

Wow! Great wood grain effect! Beautiful compo!

Well done!

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