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Original Creation

Poppy's in a old tin vase.

Hado Hagen 11 Nov 2020

From Gerry Jenkens I made this one again. Great te do. The flowerleaves with small light thing on the end. ( I dont no how to explain ) 40x50 in a lovely frame from dark brown and gold.

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Stunning, if i ever reach your level of ability i will be one happy man ......bravo!

Absolutely gorgeous. I love the colours and the highlights on the petals.

I wil you tel. practice, practice and practice and.... by the video's turn it on low speed, so you can see how he uses the brush. Thank you.

Thank you LandscapePainter. I looked up your word "petals" and now I know what I was trying to explain. I learned that by looking very close to the video and turned on low speed, so you cold see how he uses his brush.

Awesome!! Something to strive for :)

Ohhhh! I never thought of watching on slow speed! What a fantastic idea? Are you learned only from videos then? I honestly thought you were classically trained!

I had not heard of this artist.. so yet another time sink :D THis looks awesome.. I love the highlighting on the edges. Really makes the flowers pop

So beautiful, you are truly gifted Hado.

Thank you wybnormal. It needs a special move by the hand to reachg this, and wen you you know it, its easy. Very quickly puch and go back with the pensil.

Doggymommee, the most I learned from video, but I must see, as a little girl I already was able to draw nicely and I did it a lot. In musea I cause many times the alarm, because I was to close to the artwork. I want to look at it very close. Try it. Turn the video very slowly and image by image. You wil learn a lot.

Nivek1971, Thank you. Many thigs that I see, I just can make. I was realy born with this. Learnt more by watching video again and again and again.

wybnormal, look for Gerry Jenkens on Google. It is great to watch him.

That is great advise Hado, thank you!

You are most welcome.

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