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    Just wanted to say thanks, and bump this extremely helpful video.
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    Fantastic video, real eye opener. Thanks a lot Jason.

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    Thanks for the great demonstration, this is one of those concepts that I've heard about often, but it is helpful to see it explained visually.

    Another tip, one way to see if a painting has strong contrast is to look at in a low-light setting, which I guess in a way moves it more towards grayscale in our brains.

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    Awesome video, appreciate you taking the time.

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    Man, this is AWESOME, bold, clear and entertaining. Great addition to the composition download! Fingers crossed for next instalments.

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    Amazing vid ! Everyone has to see this one.

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    Thank you very much! Just what I needed to study.

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    great tutorial dude ! helped a lot !
    thanks!!

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    Thank you, Jason! You are a great teacher and I learned a lot about contrast in relation to the focal point. I think some artists might feel like they "already know this stuff," but having it demonstrated carries a lot of power. Thanks for taking the time to make this.

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    Thank you very much, Jason! I hadn't heard this information before, but it's cemented in my mind now. What an awesome gift.

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    this was a great video, thank you. wish i had a painting teacher like you, i will definitely keep contrast in mind from now on.

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    Thank-you to everybody... I'm glad you gained something from it.

    I'm currently doing some professional video series (8 hours +) on things like Sketchup and doing Comicbook Style Artwork, but I expect to do a new freebie for you maybe for Easter

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    Thank you sir.

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    Jason, Great video! Very informative! And thanks for giving props to the one that gave you the gift to pass along this information! All glory be unto the Lord!

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