Ahh, you removed the fallen tree. I love this ridge, I have walked it many times following deer tracks! :o) I will be back to painting tonight and tomorrow. Thanks for your patience. People aren't blogging comments much anymore so I always really appreciate yours! I admire your work and don't take your comments lightly.Jo
yeh Jo. I decided the fallen tree didn't add anything to it and seemed like a stop gap to going on up into the trees. yep. I too have walked ridges like this my whole life doing the same thing
It's really looking great Gary, I can't wait to see the deer all painted in. You have more patience than me to wait to do the fun part!
This is a great triangular composition Gary and it looks like it is going to be a real winner :-)Can't wait to see it finished.
Hi Les. Still enjoying Spring? Missed you this morning when I ran into about 4-500 head of elk on the Union Pass Road.I learned long ago that I did better waiting to do the Critter last as then I can adjust colors to the environment I have created. The darks to the darks of the landscape and the lights to same.
Gary this is soooo beautiful! Wow!!! You have just captured the outdoors so beautifully. You are such a talented and gifted artist and painter. Love you showing the whole process! Great work! Thanks so much for stopping by!V
I am liking your progress on this one Gary!
Coming along very nicely Gary, and yes removing the fallen tree made a big difference; the stretch is now a long one and leads you right into the picture.
The blues in the snow are so wonderful! The true cast shadow color! I am so excited to see this piece when it is finished. I love the deer!
They say that fools, children and old folk shouldn't see things half done - so I'm waiting (impatiently) to see this finished :) It's looking good so far!
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