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    Hello my friends!. This is a landscape I liked to paint for months till I've found a pair of hours to accept the chance...My own and personal chance. And this is the final result.

    Soon another landscape.

    Bye!.

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    the watermark should be bigger imo

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    why do you say this?. Thanks for your advice...?

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    Sarcasm?

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    Well.. I am just going to ask now: do you intend to make the scene this blurry? I mean, it's a really nice effect- for a moment I was searching for my glasses only to find that they were sitting on top of my nose.

    Because your tribute to Fernando Fernán Gómez looks like it's a completely different league. I'm confused, please clarify

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    LordLuis: I'm trying to paint a landscape avoiding the high detail I use to apply in my artwork. I zoomed out the canvas and tried to use the same brush size for all the picture. the final effect is that surprisingly you have to watch it without focus making zoom in over a supposed detail. :-).

    Did you liked the Fernando Fernan Gomez tribute?. I hope so!. For caricatures I use another syle, as you have noticed. I don't know why...Hahahaha...

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    I don't like because everything is blurred and my eyes can't get a focus. Other than that, nice speed painting.

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    Damjan, Interesting blog...Maybe you expected landscapes as what I've watched in your blog...This is another type of style.

    Thanks for your comments.

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    This looks like something similar to Impressionism. I'm studying it right now, but I have to say, even with Impressionists, they put a focus on something. Try to pick a focal point and make it less blurry than the entire image to put some emphasis. Right now all this blurriness is making me bit dizzy when I look at it for more than a few seconds.

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