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Author Topic: LESSON #20 - Trees Part 1 - Winter  (Read 28792 times)

BeaSue

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Reply #330 on: July 04, 2016, 02:22:08 PM
Well done, Trev! Isn't it strange how we can sometimes only see the room-for-improvement bits when we photograph our paintings? Happens to me all the time. I found this lesson to be a challenging one. Had to do it twice before I was even halfway satisfied with it.
--Susan

"Creativity is harnessing universality and making it flow through your eyes." Peter Koestenbaum


Straynative

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Reply #331 on: July 04, 2016, 05:32:47 PM
Thanks all for the motivating comments! 

Beasue you are so right and I must confess that i took two photos with the intention of loading them up to PB and each time i noticed something out of place and had to correct the issues. I was all out of correcting by the third attempt and just decided to load it up anyway.

Kathy youre going great guns from what i have seen and Im sure you could jump around the class order a bit if you wanted to. Im not too worried about lesson order anymore as I have decided to rather paint what appeals to me at that time which could be a house today or clouds tomorrow. I find i paint better when I am interested in the subject rather than follow a strict regime (as I initially set out to do). I just wish I could paint more often although Im always painting in my mind daily lol.

Thanks again everyone, i do appreciate all your feedback... O0

Take care
Trev