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nice realism to them.
Masterful work! Many styles are mastered. Keep your original thoughts and paint them, you know well how to tell the message.
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wow ... great work! I totally dig the jon cotton one ... it has a beautiful intense warmth in its colour-scheme. The only thing I would have done different is giving the sky a bright satuarated blue gradient which would have been the cherry on top of the colour-intensity ^^ ... but thats just me (and my faible for the yellow-blue combination )
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Great stuff !!!!! I liked " Climb," a lot and I agree there is somthing about the
" John Cotton" one, I think it is the wheat, all nice and loose. All are good work.
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Wow, absolutely phenomenal! Loving all of these works, and closely looking at how you may have executed some of them too.
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Really, really impressive works. I think your work is sooo good compositionally .
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I really like all your pieces but by far my favorite is Immovable it looks really cool
These are all great, especially The Plains. There's a magnificent sense of utter bleakness, and the lighting is masterfully done.
wow gorgeous work wow
some are very conceptualy speaking, like, sad, but the drawing is strong
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can u share with us what kind of brushed u use ?
brilliant stuff! my favorite- "Wild blue yonder"
Nice art! Your brushes are so soft
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juliuslim, I almost exclusively use flat bristle brushes of various sizes (most of them Robert Simmons). Occasionally I break out a tiny round sable, or a flat mongoose brush, but rarely.
Just finished working on this guy. Stopped, really. I could probably noodle it forever. It's 18X24", oil on panel.
Nice stuff. I really like "unarmed". I don't know if this is a critique or what, but I keep wanting a wider view. Most of these are very compositionally tight and maybe some more room to breath would be good sometimes. Or maybe the intimacy is why they work. Anyway, just my thoughts.