Great rocks, superb rippling waves. There is a lot of movement in that water.
Lovely atmoshperic painting Brian
Lovely form on your apples Tina
You’ve learnt well on this one Brad. Loving the lost buildings in the background and the ripples on the water.
I think the guidelines are not to habitually reference other youtube artists who post tutorials as Patrick does. It’s only fair to stick to this rule.
Great Judy, another one for the red team. The addition of the seagull was a nice touch.
Well done Fiona. I saw red.
Great Robert, I just love how you leave things “unfinished”
Welcome Judy. I echo what the others have said. The moment you feel pressure to keep up you’re taking it too seriously. Relax, have fun and learn. That’s why we’re all here.
Portraits are difficult, you did very well.
Can’t see the problems Tina, only a nice painting.
Been out all day visiting relatives and only just got in (8.20pm) so this was a very quick attempt. Not what I wanted, but it might keep the doctor away.
First prize on the colours Robert.
Very nice Robert. Interesting, blue, red, what will it be……?
Tina, if you don’t look at the other posts until after you have uploaded, you won’t be influenced at all.
Well I think you have done a great job with the greens Tarun, they are hard to get right. You could have gone a touch darker on the shadow side of the bushes and the house but otherwise it’s a very well conceived scene. I love the brightness of the lawns, it has a feeling of newly mown grass, and the sky is very good as well. Definitely an improvement.
Lovely line and wash Fiona, I never seem to think of doing that.
Can’t wait to see how far off it is.
Very nice. Thanks for the memory jog, just joined pixabay.
Not quite sure I agree with you here Brian. It looks like a fairly representative interpretation of this well known Venetian scene. Which buildings are you referring to?