Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Turkey Brook Autumn.

Started out nice and loose but still find myself tightening up when I'm in the zone and away with the fairies. I'm pleased with how it turned out in the end though.

Turkey Brook Autumn. Watercolour 9.75 x 5 inches

7 comments:

  1. Very nice painting, like the shadows and bright spots.

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  2. Thanks Steven. Quite a few scary moments with this one. As you know, there's no turning back with watercolour.

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  3. Love it, as I love all of your landscapes :-)

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  4. I'm still hoping you will make and sell me one of your charger devices. I'm all thumbs when it comes to stuff like that :-(

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  5. Thanks Deb. Thanks Charles. Did you see the video of the simpler version I made? It's dead easy really. If you know a modelling or craft class, perhaps they could make you one as a project.

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    1. Yes, and I looked all around to try to find the plastic cap that you use, with the flat rim. They don't use that sort of thing over here, apparently. All of the end caps and such have no rims at all. I checked at Lowes, Menards, ACE Hardware, and elsewhere. No luck.

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