Posted by Paul on 24 Feb 2018, 10:32

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Posted by FredG on 24 Feb 2018, 15:57

He can paint but does it really make any difference to have all the detail if you're not wearing magnifying lenses or enlarging a photograph?
I'm keeping my brushes :-D :yeah:

I'll also continue to paint detail I can't see without the headset too :shock: :eh: :P
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Posted by Kekso on 24 Feb 2018, 18:27

How is that possible? :shock:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 25 Feb 2018, 06:07

Those jeans and boots are flat out amazing. The faces are actually just ok, which kind of makes me feel a bit better. I am keeping my brushes, too.
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Posted by sberry on 01 Mar 2018, 07:53

Its not only the tiny details on the figures - the choice of colors, the atmosphere of the whole scene, everything seems just perfect to me.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 01 Mar 2018, 10:23

A great scene to spy an eye upon,and brilliantly painted.
Highly emotive in its widespread usage of darkness___
very much like those old school Dutch Masters of old.

I often reason ,`I could never paint that good',but seek solace in the fact that,that artist concerned could never ever attain my level, and paint as badly as me. :-D Such applied logic works every time and cheers one up.

Dim Vision; I have a visor like FredG,however i can only see through one of the glass lenses provided ,coupled up with wearing my normal specs too. Not a good set up but rather an odd eye-ball affair, and one that works as well for me as I can expect. BB
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