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Watercolor in the desert by Emberblue Watercolor in the desert by Emberblue
This is an old watercolor. I'm almost embarased to post it because I can see so many problems with it.....but I'm posting it because I don't have a water color posted in my collection yet.
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Tuishimi Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2011
I like the textures you achieved! I live in the desert (sort of) so I can vouch for the feel of it... it's good!
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Emberblue Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you. :aww:
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pantherace Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2006   Traditional Artist
This is awesome! I love the sky and the mountains in the background especially, great way to capture the desert horizon. I'm impressed with the reflections on the car, doesn't seem easy with watercolor. I like it. Reminds me of all the off-roading I did in Santa Fe.
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Emberblue Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Wow, thanks man. Now I don't feel so embarased to have this posted on here. My favorit part about this piece was using rock salt for some of the sand/rock effects.
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EmoTionaLsUiciDe Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006
i dont see any problems. Beautiful
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Emberblue Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks dude. :w00t!:
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resada Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006
I like it! Ive never tried working with watercolors, are they hard to work with?
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Emberblue Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :) I haven't used watercolors all that much. But my experience is that if you know what you are doing you can get really cool results. You just have to be patient and let the paint dry before getting carried away and trying to paint more. But you can get some really cool effects. You should try experimenting with it sometime.

BTW, nice kitties in your gallery. :D
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resada Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006
That would be my problem...I wouldnt know what I was doing...
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Emberblue Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Eh, I don't really know what I'm doing either. Just have fun with it. Or you could try getting a book "Watercolor for Dummies" lol! ;)
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