taking-a-walk

Taking a Walk

“trying new textures”
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ploiesteana's picture
Hello, dear Bubbi, I've heard
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Hello, dear Bubbi, I've heard you must undergo a surgery, I hope you're well and healthy...and you can refind your creative power, come back soon. We are waiting for you and your colours!


Lindus233's picture
Bubbiiiiiii!
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Where are you dear friend? No more artwork?


I can't, but I like to create.

Love what we do. Smile

ploiesteana's picture
Wow, what a beauty, full of a

Wow, what a beauty, full of a misterious air...


AJ48067's picture
KEWWWWWWWWWWWWLLLL

i think it is beautiful and the reflection on the water is pretty i love the texture too Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile Big smile


-Life is drawing without an eraser
-if your dreams don't scare you, they aren't big enough
-If you have the courage to jump, the parachute will open

jellybean2011's picture
i love the reflection
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I love the reflection in the lake it looks very beautiful


elijahbeast12's picture
hey Bubbi

doing a new thing?


eli

Bubbi58's picture
Hello

grandson--what r u up too?


Bubbi

CHR's picture
I see great water reflections
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I see great water reflections with the dark greens and blues. I see different types of foliage in the light greens including palm leaves.The brown I see embedded in the light green the texture would make for some great tree bark or even rocks yes there are plenty different textures you can experiment with I hope this helps Smile


CHR's picture
Wow! these are great textures
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Wow! these are great textures they open up the possibilities for some great artwork..waiting with bated breath Smile


Bubbi58's picture
Thank you

CHR--no pressure! Yikes. I didn't like the original pic and so came up with this idea with the thought that I would either hate it and delete it or it might work--it surprised me and now I am wondering how to refine it for another painting--any ideas?


Bubbi