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Mountain Hideaway

Mgiese84 09 Oct 2021

On this one instead of using the liquid black, as Bob did, I painted that area with black gesso. Then put liquid clear & phthalo green on top of that. It actually worked out very well as I was afraid using the liquid black might make it difficult to get the colors I wanted.

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Argh. Liquid black. Your mountains are wonderful and look like a photo. Really like the rocks and colors too.

Another beauty! Love the vibrant colors!

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Thanks Brian and Sandy. I definitely have gotten better at mountains and feel much more comfortable with them.

Really nice and wonderful colours as always. Your stone work is fantastic.

Tom0779 Multi-Medium-Talent

You keep your high standard. You are right, liquid black grays colors a bit. I like this, but I prefer more subdued colors (my personal preference). But this doesn't mean that you are not doing a fantastic job. You are the first where I think you can finish the whole series:)

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Thanks Birdyz and Tom. And Tom, I still have a long ways to go to finish the series. But I'll keep plugging away :-)

Such vibrant and crisp colors. Beautiful

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Thank you Nora

Those are some super looking mountains!

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Thanks Pam 🤙

In this one it appears that Bob was following your tutorial! The brightness of the colors and crisp details say Matt did this.

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Lol thanks Brian! I didn't use the liquid black which helped keep it bright

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