2’X4′ Acrlyic paint on thin plywood underlayment board. Unframed (but will be shipped with a “support frame”).

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7 Responses to “1027-B $325”

  1. Jeff
    10 January 2012 at 7:51 pm #

    I’m studying it.
    Have it zoomed up so I can get a really good look at it. Brought out the brightness I was looking for. I did get some sun that day when I look back at the original Picture. Red stands out however not opposing.
    Thanks for the presentation.

  2. YRT
    20 January 2012 at 6:54 pm #

    I submitted 4 zooomed in photos of this. I haven’t seen them posted on here yet, so I am hoping they were emailed to you. If you want any changes (i.e. lightening up the legs) I can do that for you too.

  3. lkocina
    24 January 2012 at 10:09 am #

    I’ll have the close-ups posted by tomorrow. I saw them come in and thought maybe you were just having trouble posting a new photo. Now that the fog in my head has cleared, I’ll get them posted.

  4. Jeff
    24 January 2012 at 4:40 pm #

    Just saw them (zooms)
    I like what I see, now working on looking for the funds needed to purchase. Looking to get heater motor in car fixed first, then do taxes.
    Thank you for zooming them and now I understand why as I didn’t make myself clear that I had it zoomed up on my laptop and was looking at it closer. However I did like some of the comments you mentioned about using stucco. I could see that.
    At first I thought the redness in the legs was to much however it came with the day. I did not get sunburned however I did get a healthy dose of sun.
    I get the feeling of a bright beautiful day and I want this to hang on my wall.

  5. YRT
    24 April 2012 at 8:25 pm #

    Hi. Any new news on buying my painting? Just wandering. Hope you were able to get your car fixed too. YRT ­čÖé

    • Kenty
      1 June 2012 at 9:05 pm #

      are like oils but waterbased´╗┐ (thinned with water). That means you can make very very thick layer of them (relief-like sturutrce). Watercolours are just coloured water You can also make glaze with acrylics and with watercolours you cannot. Best regards, Greg

  6. Jeff
    17 June 2012 at 10:55 pm #

    Sorry for the late response.
    April 9th I joined the ranks of the unemployeed.
    Keep hoping for some extra $ to purchase. Property tax return in August is my plan if not before.