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15.7x11.8'' (40x30cm) Oil on Canvas.
Limited Pallete :
1, Ultramarine Blue
2. Cadmium Red Mid.
3. Cadmium Yellow Mid.
4. Titanium White.
(And tell me what you think, it is my 2nd oil ever; I used only Acrylic before))
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Idan I like your painting! Smiles and happy painting to you..........dor:))
Idan, the dark greys and browns were produced by just mixing the 3 colours. You can't get as deep a colour using cerulean instead of French Ultramarine Blue. All the best Eddie
Well done Idan especially since it is only your second oil painiting, good tones.
For my painting I used cerulean (I wanted a cool blue), cad. yellow medium, aliz. crimson and titanium white
Hi Idan I too like your work Understand what you are saying about photographing, My paintings seem duller in the workshop than in reality. Apparently there is some sort of computer tool that can work with the photograph to get it looking ore like the original but I have not mastered this myself. Anyway it is nice to have a new person with fresh insight on the workshop Welcome to you
Idan, your painting was beautiful and the reflections in the water really good (i paint in acrylics and have trouble with refelctions) You painting is so peaceful - nice job.
Thank you Linda (quite popular name in our country by the way), for you kind comment.
Yes, you were right. I didn't want to copy Richard's work but tried not to run from the photo so much so it will still be some kind of realism. What I am really jealous of Richard is his ability to take the scene and give it, his own character and not to try to stick too much to the photo. I tried to do that and hope to do it better in the future.
I will be very dissapointed if he will stop the workshops because I just started to have fun and I love the idea of "rising" a challenge and see the results, of my own and others.
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