then I did this one after watching RRs video. My biggest challenge was trying to paint the seagulls in just a few well placed brushstrokes! Very difficult but with all the practice I've had I think it has made a difference. I really enjoyed this Workshop.

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Comment by Robert H. Smith on September 14, 2016 at 13:38

very nice Glenys !!!

Comment by Glenys Jones on September 11, 2016 at 16:39

thanks George , Michael and Cristina.

Michael, thanks for your good tips, my aim was for the main seagull's head to stand out more,i found it particularly difficult, I agree with the warmer reflected light also.  I'm going to have more practice with seagulls as I love painting them

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Comment by Michael J. Severin on September 11, 2016 at 7:57

Good job Glenys! ...   would like to see some of the warmth from the sky reflect into the sand somewhere .. and would like to see some warm reflected light bouncing up into the under part of the body and wings ..  Also, maybe a little more "punch" on the head of that main sea gull in the air ...  that should be your lightest light and darkest dark.

Comment by George on September 8, 2016 at 17:02

You did very well both; before and after RR video! Congratulations!


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