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I'm studying. But I think I'm doing great. What do you think?

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I love the snow effect and the nice blues. I really like the flames too.

What programs did you use?

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9 hours ago, MarrowStone said:

What programs did you use?

Adobe Photoshop CS6 

+ skills :)

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Hi there! I drew something. Please write what you think about it.

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1 minute ago, greatwhitegamer said:

is that a prison in the background?

Yes. ^_^

Thank you! :D

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It looks like you've got an unintended shadow on the left side of your watercolor photo.  That aside,  it's a very nice rendering.  The variations in the sky and mountains are effective for mood, and I like your brush work on the stones.  🙂👍

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12 hours ago, Screenshot Pilgrim said:

It looks like you've got an unintended shadow on the left side of your watercolor photo.  That aside,  it's a very nice rendering.  The variations in the sky and mountains are effective for mood, and I like your brush work on the stones.  🙂👍

Yes. Unfortunately shadow all messed up. Thank you for your praise.

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I only mentioned because it's something I encountered when photographing my own paintings, and can be pretty easily avoided.  I've since found that setting up outside on a cloudy or overcast day (hopefully not too windy) provides good light conditions.  Being in the presence of an original painting or drawing is always the best.  When posting a photo of this type of work, one wants to offer the closest approximation possible.  My two cents.  😀📐

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14 hours ago, Screenshot Pilgrim said:

I only mentioned because it's something I encountered when photographing my own paintings, and can be pretty easily avoided.  I've since found that setting up outside on a cloudy or overcast day (hopefully not too windy) provides good light conditions.  Being in the presence of an original painting or drawing is always the best.  When posting a photo of this type of work, one wants to offer the closest approximation possible.  My two cents.  😀📐

Thank you for your advice.☺️

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