Your Watercolour Paintings Valley in Alaska

This topic contains 6 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Agathe 5 months, 2 weeks ago.

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    AlexK
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    8 pts

    Did this sketch from my photo. Working on mixing decent greens. Majority of which is quin gold and Prussian blue. Some white nights dark green and cad red in shadows.

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    JudyR
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    Beautiful loose painting, Alex! Wonderful blend of color and the greens are lovely. Will have to try the quin gold and prussian combo.

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    Dee
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    Very nice, Alex.  You have created such a lovely scene – the colors and the painterly-ness of the valley are soothing.  More, please!

     

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    Brad
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    18 pts

    Very nice and loose as Judy says yet portrays the scene very well.

    Take time to look and make sure you see.

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    Paula
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    13 pts

    The greens are very natural looking. I’ll have to remember that mixture. It’s one I haven’t tried. Thanks.

    Paula

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    PCampbell
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    I have had trouble with greens myself, but it looks like you’ve come up with a nice combination!

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    Agathe
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    10 pts

    I love the way you’ve done the grass in the foreground and the whole composition of the painting. This scene reminds me of certain areas in Norway around where I live. I got quin gold partially with the intention of using for grasses and stuff. I don’t have any prussian blue though. But It’s interesting to see the quin gold at work!

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