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    JC2
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    After a recent trip to St.Georges Basin with Bfishin (Dave) I have started painting this watercolour on Arches paper of the place where Dave caught his biggest bream so far.

    A series of progressive photos of the process may interest some….

    Watercolour can be a fickle medium to use as those who paint with it can relate to . There is a bit of luck involved in every step of the way. Anyway, it is a way of thanking Dave for his hospitality and for taking me fishing in his boat. Still trying to catch that monster trophy flathead from the Basin.

    Majestic Grey Gums.

     

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    woody-wood
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    Taking shape nicely JC.

    #762732

    mitch aka 2 fish
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    a flat-earther would declare that finished.

     

    nice one,

    shawn

    #762745

    JC2
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    Have been working on the foreground rocks and some detail scrub trees. Plus a little on the Grey Gums.

    The water will be the hardest part and I will leave that until last. Could very easily bugger it up….

    Thanks for the encouragement and will continue on.

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    jimmyellenberger
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    Your courage in choosing to work in that medium to start with is damned impressive JC. Your courage in giving us the privilege of watching you do such a piece of this standard is most certainly being appreciated by this household. You must have had an inspiring journey this season!  Keep at it Jeff for it is superb.

    Cheers….Jimmy

    #762823

    JC2
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    Thanks Jimmy.

     

    Cold in Tasmania now?

    #762868

    jimmyellenberger
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    Just the usual storms and tempests. We have had some decent rain and the waters are all looking happy. All beanie’s and Tassie Tuxedo’s around here though. I got caught on a roof by a fast snow squall last weekend, which was an interesting situation…

    Take care and jolly good luck with the next phase of the painting.  Cheers…Jimmy

    #763545

    JC2
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    Wetted up the bottom of the foreground and ran some indigo blue as a base for the reflected shadow of the bank . Just one quick motion with large brush and paint,  always a hope it works moment.

    Secret is not to play with it…. make the mark and be happy with that. Turned out .

    #764378

    JC2
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    Back from the framers … double Matt , named, signed and artist mark in the corner. Off to Basin View after Easter.

    #764455

    jimmyellenberger
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    That framed up beautifully Jeff. Dave can always give me a call if he cant find anywhere suitable to hang it. We have just the spot.

    Seriously though Jeff… that is  bloody good. It was good of you to share the process with us.

    Cheers mate…. J

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