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Toward Days End

lightsnow 06 Jul 2020

Painting # 56. I was in the mood for another oval today and something that depicted a warm July day, much like the ones we've been experiencing here in Quebec, Canada, so I tried this one. Overall, this was a pleasant painting experience. I used both the round and half-sized round brushes throughout. I've been trying my own thing lately and I think it's been working better than just trying to copy everything I see Bob do in videos. I'm still having difficulty "envisioning" the final completed painting in my mind as I'm painting. If I could do this, I would have definitely darkened the colors I used for the river. I find the blue is too light. 18x24.


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Lightsnow, i think this is beautiful painting. lightness of the water does not seem to be disturbing at all due to balance of the color (sky and water).

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Thank you for your kind words. I'm hoping to continue developing my "eye" and being able to see the complete painting in my mind before beginning to paint. I think that would help the finished product a lot.

I love the tree and bushes outside the oval. You did such a great job with the foliage. Sticks and twigs in all the right places. (I struggle with that every time.) Nice job where water meets land as well. I really like this painting. πŸ‘πŸ‘

@lightsnow. This is very interesting thing you mentioned! Sometimes before sleep I think about next project trying to envision it, but I fall asleep faster than I finish the sky. :) I will be looking forward to hear about your way more.

So after I posted one of my paintings, I looked at others of the same painting and found yours. Majestic Pine. You had such a great description that I clicked to see other paintings you have done. This one is a lot like majestic pine. It’s wonderful! Your ocean waves are fantastic.

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