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    Plein Air

    Here's a few recent field studies.

    All 6"x8" oil.

    C&C welcome,

    Smith
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    Nice work.
    I take it you left Florida for these ones!
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    oh, I love these! What are you carrying with you for these miniatures? I imagine tiny tubes of paint and a set of small brushes, a mini-palette, and small jars of turp and medium. What are the colors you're using?
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    good painting , I love miniature painting.
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    Nice dude.
    I love these peaceful lanscape painting.
    Colors and moods are well done.
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    Nice Shapes. Thanks for the post!
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    More!


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    Question Hello

    If you paint a sunset over the ocean or a body of water?
    do you paint the dark colors first and then work to light and doyou work from the sky down to the water?
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    I like the snow field one best, because the light is much crisper. The other two look about equally hazy, like it was really early in the morning, or just cloudy that day, and many colors are on the same level of brightness and vividness (is that a word?). Hope it wasn't freezing out there?

    Wish I can go do some plein air too. It's been years since I last done so, and I miss it very much.
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