Hey folks!Beautiful blog, beautiful works!Very glad I "discovered" this, over Dice's web site.Keep on posting!All the best,Vladimir
I enjoy both of them, Nick, and I really don't think the colors in the bottom are any less interesting than the one in the second (though the colors in the second are beautiful). If anything, the one on top looks like a study in how light affects local color while the one below is more atmospheric in terms of creating mood with composition, texture, and a monochromatic palette. Both work in their own way. My personal preference tends to lean toward the latter qualities, but I should follow your lead and challenge myself to study color affected by light more often. Great post, Nick. :)
Wow! What joy it is to get a peek into this group activity.Super inspiring... I better get cranking on the paintings too!
dang! both Beautiful Nick !e
nicki think the top one is such a step forward from the bottom one(although the bottom one is nice too)the simplicty you got there in the top one is really nice. that:s one of the keys to keep your palette clean.beautiful work!d
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