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 Post subject: My version of a post-impressionist painting
PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 3:14 am 
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Scan came out too dark, but you can get the idea. wayne


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 3:50 pm 
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Thank you.


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Hey thats excellent! I've set it as my wallpaper if you don't mind :D


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of course i dont mind. thanks


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That's beautiful! About how long did it take?


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Wow thanks for the question. it was about 2 intense hours and i am very happy with the way it came out. i have not even been painting a year but got into it works well with playing guitar. its also nice to not have to rely on 3 other people to finish a peice of work. i just finisned 2 portraits where one took me more than 6 months. will try to post them today. thanks wayne


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Wow thanks for the question. it was about 2 intense hours and i am very happy with the way it came out. i have not even been painting a year but got into it works well with playing guitar. its also nice to not have to rely on 3 other people to finish a peice of work. i just finisned 2 portraits where one took me more than 6 months. will try to post them today. thanks wayne


You can paint AND play music!?!?!?
Impressive!


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I am new to painting, but took to it like i did when i first started playing guitar. Some parts of painting come a little easier when i try to imagine the painting as having rhythm and color having mood like fx can for me on guitar. Thanks for your interest. wayne


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It show a plain of fields near the terrain where many spirits arise to greet the dawn! very good!

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Here is an oil painting done of my daughter Stephanie...Larry Larsen painted it..he studied under Ray Harryhausen


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wow that painting of your daughter is soooo life like..just freakin awesome..God Bless you and Family..Barry

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