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    Smile Painting "Castiglione del Lago" by P. Ezechiele

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    To make the painting I played with a photo of Castiglione del Lago, Umbria, courtesy of photographer De Maio Agostino.

    I used a wood chipboard ( 40,5 x 61 cm ) as support, prepared with two coats white.

    To make the idea and the feelings that the landscape gave me, I made a pencil sketch on paper and after, I went directly to paint it on the panel. I like to hear what you think of it and the feelings it give to you.

    You can also find the painting it in my website and on my YouTube channel where you can also watch the video that resumes its realization: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNZJK3U8MYc


    -.-°-.-° http://www.patrickezechieleart.com °-.-°-.-

    De Maio Agostino's website: http://www.fotoeweb.it/

    Bye bye, besty regards.


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    It's innocuous, safe and sort of boring. When choosing a scene next, try to get the best composition you can.

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    I think its rather nice. The chipboard is an interesting support. I imagine if you did a more risky composition the result would have seemed too peculiar with the chipboard, but I agree the composition is a bit obvious.

    One thing is that I find the way you did all the trees in the foreground a bit repetitive. I liked what you had at the beginning of the second part of your process video. In the end there lacks a variety of shape, color and brushwork to the trees.

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    Thumbs up Thank you!!

    Thank you BlackSpot and JoeCowan, as you said i'll do my best on my next composition, I've heard that it's a good idea to mix 2 or more scenes together and make a brand new scene. I guess this will solve some boring things

    Thank you again to help me growing!

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