Super depiction of cliffs and rock and super use of colour to add more interest to the scene. Can I ask what the greens are in the bottom left hand corner of the painting?

very realistic portrayal of the cliffs and the foreground vegetation. I wonder if you added a little reflection of the cliffs and rocks it would add to the effect? Just A thought.

Thanks Thea I think it was pthalo green ultra and lemon yellow mixed wet and some magenta also in the area

It was a tough decision Stephen but in the end understated the sea and I hate going back to them so it will have to do. I usually end up ruining them

yes you are probably right Dennis I often ruin mine 'Improving' them! I just thought the rocks especially appear to be falling, just as figure often seems to be floating without a shadow to anchor it.

You are correct as they don't look anchored and I have made that mistake a couple of times. But I am only two years in to watercolour and at my age it is very slow progress and I am no zbukvic. Thanks for making me think

It works for me - I'm not bothered by the lack of reflection: you just don't get reflections unless the sun is in the right position; there would also be the danger of overworking the painting (certainly, I'd never go back to a watercolour, unless it had been a total disaster: and even then the opportunities to make it worse are limitless...).

Yes Robert we all see what we seek. Now if someone said paint it in and I'll give you a grand for it I might have a go

Yes we all see things differently, it would be boring if we all thought and painted in the same way! I think you are doing very well after only two years practice with watercolour.

Thanks Stephen one step forward and two back

For a grand, I'd paint just about anything........

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Dennis Rounding

Born 1953 it was a good day for the world. BA Hons fine art then PGCE. Had two one man shows Huddersfield and Wakefield and Mirfield. Fell ill 25 years ago but now paint small scale. All for sale To cut a long story short when seventeen to twenty one worked twelve hour shifts at Chemicals grinding…

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