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Yeah, I have a ways to go before I can make something presentable with this technique.

All in due time.

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Hurricanes and snow

I love it!!!

Seriously, that's really interesting
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it looks to me like you drew a tropical area undergoing a hurricane. those two corn stalks look more like some sort of plant that we don't have in more temperate areas, and the popped bubbles look like they could be large hailstones.
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So what can be superior when compared with paying out half the price for brand name children?

wow, if brand name children are on sale, maybe i can stop buying all these cheap knockoff children


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OK... even I'll admit that the Oakland Raiders' performance might be a valid reason to use the interesting words.


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Made another attempt this morning. (up until I ran out of turpentine)


Same canvas, I just smeared out last night's image, and worked right over the top.

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Just finished this thing, managed to thin out the paints with linseed oil, and managed to clean the brushes in between layers with soap and water.

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I'm digging those layers of trees. The front tree on the left side could do with more contrast, though.
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Thanks! :)

And yeah, I have to agree with you about the contrast on the one on the left. that one gave me a good deal of trouble.

Also:
Boiled Linseed oil, which I was using instead of turpentine to dilute the paints, has sped up the drying process greatly.
It would appear that instead of taking the expected 3 weeks, It may be dry within 6 days.

I would like to note something for anyone who might be reading this.
Linseed oil is NOT something to be taken lightly, especially with the fire hazard involved.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linseed_oil#Spontaneous_combustion


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Edited by: Nite , Mar 7th, 2015 @ 11:14 am

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One done just this morning.
Tried a mountain this time... diiiidn't quite work as planned...

Though the old fallen tree worked out well I think.

Oil paint on Canvas board.

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Done entirely in GIMP.

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I like the fallen tree over the waterfall, and you obviously can't go wrong with dreamy drawings of The Kirb.
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