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    View from Sozopol

    Famous Black Sea resort and old town.


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    Not sure whether Van Gogh could explain his enlightening moments.
    If there is thought, if there is feeling - there is art...

    Thanks for your kind attention & comments.

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    The drawing and perspective is off on everything and the reflections have no relationship to whats above them. Working from life would help this problem and focus less on style and more on truthfulness of the scenes you are trying to depict.

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    To my "Teacher" and Photoshop Filter Applicator

    Different is good!
    In the world of art, Rules are made to be broken - Mr narrow-minded!
    Try to find the perspective in Picasso's work and teach him too.
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    By the way, thanks for rising my rating up!

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    dpaint- nice try, but you can't have any sort of discussion like this unless you've established what Art is, as evidenced by the reply.

    Lyuben- I enjoy your paintings. I'm glad you post 'em up...aren't you looking for some constructive feedback? I would say that your tendency to paint things all one color (whatever is the local color) rather than any sort of natural light is really weakening the painting. brown pole, blue water, green floor... there's more colors out there, man!

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    Not to encourage Lyuben any more, because let's face it, he obviously doesn't need that.... Those reflections only bothered me after dpaint mentioned them. But it is quite realistic that the reflections of the houses may not appear in the water. I drew a diagram to show why.

    The left is the viewer, the triangle is the coast and the squarish block is representing the buildings in the background. The horizontal line represents the water and the other lines are lines of sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetpack42 View Post
    dpaint- nice try, but you can't have any sort of discussion like this unless you've established what Art is, as evidenced by the reply.
    Silly jetpack, art is sex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyuben View Post
    Not sure whether Van Gogh could explain his enlightening moments.
    If there is thought, if there is feeling - there is art...

    Thanks for your kind attention & comments.
    You know you replied to spam.

    Picasso could actually draw before breaking the rules, which would be nice to see here. And can you keep all your pictures in one thread please (Look I asked nicely) or I'll start merging them.

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    "Merge them please"

    I don't mind.

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    Finally, I'm not alone on this Earth!

    Quote Originally Posted by Santon View Post
    Not to encourage Lyuben any more, because let's face it, he obviously doesn't need that.... Those reflections only bothered me after dpaint mentioned them. But it is quite realistic that the reflections of the houses may not appear in the water. I drew a diagram to show why.

    The left is the viewer, the triangle is the coast and the squarish block is representing the buildings in the background. The horizontal line represents the water and the other lines are lines of sight.


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