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Jun 14, 2014

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josé luis zorrilla campos

¡Curioso! Coincidimos en los pinceles. Esta mañana por ejemplo he pintado con el grupo local y he usado también 18 Aquario,14 Perla,10 Perla y 6 Ultimo con punta muy fina y reserva. Creo que con estos 4 pinceles de Escoda se pueden hacer grandes obras, como es tu caso.
En cuanto a la paleta, uso una de metal esmaltado, con 18 pocillos que relleno con Newton o Cotman.

Espero que con estos materiales, algún día pinte tan bien como tú.

JohnDaker

Tim,love your paintings,great composition,colour,contrast and feel,always enjoy your videos,please keep painting!

Tim Wilmot

Thanks John

Bryan Harrison

Tim your style of loose painting has given me great inspiration.so different to my own which always seem to have sharp edges and a deliberate flat look to them. I shall continue following your style to get it right.regards Bryan.

Paul Hampson

Tim,

I came across your video in youtube and have enjoyed watching you effortlessly achieve those fantastic watercolour results. In my experience, reaching a stage where a style of painting has such spontaneity in quickly rendered visual shorthand takes an age to master. Working in a tight and fidgety way is the easy and laboured way. Achieving such Looseness and freedom of expression takes a lot of doing. I'll keep watching and practicing!

Tim Wilmot

Thank you very much Bryan and good luck

Tim Wilmot

Thanks for watching Paul and good luck

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