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I'm getting the feel for acrylics, and I'm starting to get anxious to finish this painting, which is a good sign. I could be done by the end of the weekend.

I did the windows in the background and I feel like I captured the light that comes in them. I also softened the guy in the foreground.

Next stop, the people around the table.

 


Read the whole story of "Waiting"
by Brett Rogers, 11/12/2005 12:44:03 AM
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