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    Sail away

    Hi guys,

    I did a speedpainting of this, but I felt like elaborating on it a bit more than a speedpainting. So here's something I did between 2-3 hours in Photoshop CS 2.

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    wow thats really nice.. you did a great job.. I like the color you used for the water as well.. would love to see more. oh, and dude or dudette your site rocks!
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    Yes, this is really nice. Great job
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    This is very lovely Annisahmad, I'm always partial to boat paintings. Great work for the short time spent. I like the soft lighting, color and the texture you have.
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    oh wow. I can't draw boats for the life of me. That's an awesome piece! keep up the good work!
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    thanks guys. i appreciate it
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    Awesome work.

    Only thing I see kind of clashing, in my opinion, is how the sky is so balanced with the purple/blue and the clouds, but the water is all one major color, which makes it look kind of lifeless to me.

    All in all, I'd buy that, it's a really great painting.
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    always good to see something different from the normal sci-fi/photoshop post. very refreshing.
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    really good, and yeah a refreshing subject.. nice mood set by the composition.. i think the mountain range in back is too saturated, could use some more of the blue in the sky to gray it down some... almost a tangent between the rolled up sail and the top of the mountain.. sorry dont know any boat terminology.. good post
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    wow, i really like your website design, did you do that as well?
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    I just took a second look at the painting... nevermind what I said about the water, it's perfect.

    Took a look at your website, the art and the site itself are equally awesome!

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    looks nice,
    maybe the boat could use more detail
    but everything looks good

    i like the clouds too
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