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Oct 13, 2012


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and well done, but did you change position or was it the speed of the action? The second try is different from the first, at least the roof gives that impression..

How about the while lines around the orange roof in the second painting? Is that paper or did you add opacue paint afterwards?

Thank you,


tim wilmot

Hi Pete it was more the speed of the painting. First painting was really quick and the second attempt was more to follow some techniques we were practising from tutor Mr Z. No opaque was used on these and the highlights on the roof was lighter paper left. Thanks Pete. Regards, Tim


This is so helpful for a new water colourist. Thank you!

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