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Old Wednesday 17th May 2006, 17:33   #1
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http://www.birdforum.net/pp_gallery/...llllll_001.jpg This is an acrylic painting of a Whinchat that managed to brighten up my day in between a sleepless night and a 9 hour shift in the chip shop. One of my absolute favourite birds, this is the first time I've completed a satisfactory painting of one.
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Old Wednesday 17th May 2006, 19:10   #2
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Really good painting Nick.
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Old Saturday 20th May 2006, 00:22   #3
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That's georgeous, Nick. I love the movement in the whole thing -- the brush strokes, and the marching fenceposts.
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Old Saturday 20th May 2006, 19:40   #4
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Fabulous! More, please!
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Very nice, i particularly like the way you have blended the colours on the bird,great stuff.

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Really nice work Nick, you have handled the light really well, really nice painting...
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Nice depth. I like how the posts and wire lead you right to the the bird and beyond. Beautiful piece!
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