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    Thumbs up Painting 10: "Rio Altura" by Patrick Ezechiele

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    I created a new acrylic paint on canvas and I called it Rio Altura, which looks like a bit Brazilian, and can indeed be both Italian and Brazilian. The canvas is 30 x 40 cm, not too large.


    Anyway, it's an imaginary place I did instinctively without sketching on paper, I took the blue plaster and started sketching the painting on the canvas, letting me carry out emotions. : D


    For my part, this time I got involved more than usual, I let myself carry a lot and looking at it, I can somehow perceive it .. and I do not mind, I hope so much that the painting likes you too ..; D


    I would be curious and honored to know what you think about my painting, what sensations you arouse.


    Ps: I always invite you to visit my YouTube channel to stay updated on new paintings: https://www.youtube.com/PatrickEzechiele


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    Nice job.

    That river is awfully uniform and hard angled.
    My commentary is a gift to you.

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    Thank you modi123, much appreciated!

    Yes it is, my instinct draw this strange river, I let him take control of my hand. I like when a person tell me his personal feelings. Really, really thank you!

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    I think you are over using white in this, because of it you lose space withing your painting, Look at atmospheric perspective. Have you tried clazing or even working thinner acrylics and using paper instead

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonec View Post
    I think you are over using white in this, because of it you lose space withing your painting, Look at atmospheric perspective. Have you tried clazing or even working thinner acrylics and using paper instead
    Thank you "stonec" I understand what you say, I start with this thinking in mind but the end result is like you have described. I see I'm slowly solving this paint in every next painting I paint. It's a matter of practice, because I have in mind to paint with less white.. Yes I used paper and cardboard too. Really interesting supports to paint on. You can see this paintings on my website http://www.patrickezechieleart.com. My best regards and thank you again.

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