The faceless hero’s

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A great reminder of our heroic workers who remain anonymous but we would suffer terribly without their dedication.

I like the loose way you have painted this Paul - good work!

Lovely and loose Paul. Well done.

Extra good for 20 mins Paul (and I agree with your sentiments)

Great. 20 minutes Paul, your painting of the fireman is so well done ! One of many unsung in the Emergency services.

Well my son in law has just started his fire brigade training at Bristol airport. Something he always wanted to do. Anyway a fabulous twenty minutes of your time Paul.

A super painting Paul. I like the way you’ve suggested smoke in it. Definitely heroes in all our eyes.

A great painting and certainly hero's

Brilliant Paul. Where would we be without these workers. A great interpretation.

Thank you for your kind comments, Carole, Anne, Rikke, Heather, Richard, Scott, Christine, Anne and Spencer they are appreciated .

Great work Paul and certainly meets the challenge.

Spot on Dixie for the March challenge and I agree they deserve our thanks and appreciation.

Thank you Denise and Tessa for your kind comments.

A wonderful tribute to our heroes Paul.

A good spin on the challenge, Dixie. Well painted too.

Thank you Carole and Lew for your kind comments. I had wondered what to do Lew suddenly this came to mind . As I have been there and done that quite a lot , I don’t know why I did not think of it sooner .

That's great 20mins. Very good sketch in the time Paul 🙂

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20/03/2022
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A4 watercolour on mixed media paper , from a personal photo, painted in 15- 20 minutes fir the March challenge,. I believe all emergency service personnel are faceless until we need them , and thankfully they rise to the task .

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I have sketched most of my life on and off I became interested in watercolour following a spinal injury whilst in hospital but did not follow it up. My eldest daughter bought me a beautiful wooden box set of half pans about twenty five years ago I dabbled on and off until retirement twelve years…

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