Quick watercolour impression

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Quick watercolour landscape painting using the large Ron Ranson hake.

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Mireille Romain says:

Steven, this looks like a stormy sky.  Nevertheless, this little yellowish spot is precious.  There is a small grey mountain in the distance, another darker one in front.  There are a few small houses here and there on the land at right and left hand side.  This path as a pretty color and the lands on both sides have a nice pastel color.  The little man walking with his dog brings movement.  Thank you Steven for sharing your precious talent.

Mireille Romain says:

Lovely sky with its pastel colors in the middle which reflect on the ground.  Nice quick draw for the road.  Nice  foreground with lovely pastel colors.  Interesting demo. with the "magic card".  Thank you Steven for your instructive demo. and teachings.   By the way what do you do to draw the little figure ?

Maria Kellner says:

Lovely clean colors in this one.

Steven Cronin says:

thanks for watching Mimi


encore bravo

Angelica G says:

Love the different shapes of trees and that cluster of "buildings" in the distance that suggest a little English country village! The sky is vividly dramatic (your signature!) and I love the little figure with his dog! Enjoyed this (and all the others)!

Nélida Felizia says:

Yo necesito practicar mucho más para dominar la merluza y cuando te veo trabajar con ella con tanta soltura y dominio, aumenta mi admiración por tu trabajo.

Josée Anne says:

Bonjour Steven
Cette ambiance est exactement celle où j ai grandi et que j aime tant!
J aime rèver que vous avez peint des eucalyptus,ces merveilleux arbres qui dansent toujours ……
Encore bravo et merci
Josée de Corse

Martin Garner says:

Very well done,another great paint Steven.

Attemptingtodrawacomic XX says:

wow man one of my favourites for sure! your sky is very interesting! very different than your usual scenes! keep it up man 🙂

Larry Nelson says:

Great impressionistic painting, Steven, like the way you put the buildings in. Thanks.

Bob Smith says:

Like the painting. The first houses you put in with the card was cool. Thought you'd would only darken the roofs and not the whole building. Thank you for the video. I see this painting on sale at the Auction on May 21st. Will be there. " Birds "  (Yea)

henrycems says:

Very good painting my friend. I have been watching a show called Time Team and they was digging in the lake district and I thought of your paintings.  Thanks.

Dalla says:

If you can look at my pictures on flickr. (https://www.flickr.com/photos/cristianodallarosa/)
Linda aquarela. Abraço e boa semana.

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