Been teaching myself how to paint


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Taffycat

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You have such a lot of natural talent @Becky. You seem to be very capable of tackling all kinds of subjects, and of successfully experimenting with various techniques and media which is most impressive imho. :thumb: Can't wait to see what you try next. :nod:

You might find it interesting to see this guy's artwork - which is "different" to say the least! (And possibly a bit noisy.) The end picture is pretty stunning though. (Not going to embed it here though, as I look upon this as being your gallery thread. :))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULCMbQr8eA8
 
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You have such a lot of natural talent @Becky. You seem to be very capable of tackling all kinds of subjects, and of successfully experimenting with various techniques and media which is most impressive imho. :thumb: Can't wait to see what you try next. :nod:

You might find it interesting to see this guy's artwork - which is "different" to say the least! (And possibly a bit noisy.) The end picture is pretty stunning though. (Not going to embed it here though, as I look upon this as being your gallery thread. :))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULCMbQr8eA8
That's very impressive! Must take ages to do that, but certainly a lot less messy than using charcoal! :thumb:
 

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