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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sun and Surf

Trying out different paper...it has been quite sometime since  I painted and I am finding it hard to get a grip!Just a quick sketch.

15 comments:

  1. It's lovely and fresh, wonderful lighting, no evidence of rust at all!

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  2. Nice and fresh. The sea's done beautiful. The light is amazing.

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  3. Wonderful painting. Love the abstraction and all the light. Welcome back

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  4. welcome back.. what is the paper you are trying out and what paper you used to use??

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  5. Very nice. What type of new paper are you using?

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  6. love it! looks as though she could also be gazing at the sky.

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  7. Thank you very much, Ruth.

    I think light is what makes watercolors alive, thanks, Sujit.

    Thank you Tony, I am glad to be back.

    Prabal..I had been using Winsor and Newton cold pressed paper, and also waterford for last one year.But this paper is what I got from Pune sometime ago--its handmade paper pad from'cotton papers'.It has more tooth and texture and colors spread more quickly on this one.

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  8. Thank you Sherry!

    Thanks Michelle..this is an Indian hand made paper that I have used here.

    Doreen, you are absolutely right!

    Thank you, Ramesh.

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  9. Wonderful! You have captured searing light!

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  10. Looks good, quick sketches are fun...

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  11. Délicieux ce rayon de soleil...il commence de nous manquer cruellement ici à paris!

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  12. Thank you, Dean, Ron--I am flattered!
    Thank you anu and Corinne.

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