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  • Your observation has certainly paid off. It's a very effective and dramatic piece. Fabulous.

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Fri 05 Nov 02:03:52
  • This is a very nice piece. The background forest is magical and the see-through nature increases the depth of the forest. Outstanding!

    Posted by Yu Ping Eddy on Fri 05 Nov 04:04:40
  • Lovely piece of work, fabulous detail

    Posted by Sharon Lacy on Fri 05 Nov 09:54:51
  • I think it has a magical look too well done!!

    Posted by Linda Easter on Fri 05 Nov 17:19:53
  • Thanks for the kind comments. What surprised me was that at the time I was just leaving school and the art teacher commented on how symmetrical it was. I had no idea it was symmetrical! I've now come to realize that if I sketch an idea without thinking everything seems to be self-similar right to left, must be just the way my addled brain works, so I'm paranoid now about *not* making things too symmetrical! If I have to be honest, technically it is much much easier to shade dark objects beautifully than it is to do light objects. Everything I did at this time had strong shading, and I still struggle with light objects today, not least because with light colours, acrylic paint's property of drying a different colour to what it goes on seems to be far worse than with darker hues.

    Posted by nick pounder on Wed 10 Nov 00:41:20