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From muddy mess to moody landscape 
Time to speed up the skills again, so this was a card that became a dark mess of wax (experimenting process). Just by adding white lifted some light (the key to landscape) back into the vista (basis for sky) and opened the possibility to create a landscape. The suggestion of trees is not completed - it is a demonstration card practise - intended to show others how to recover from a messy card situation and find some fresh outcome - literally changing the picture.
From muddy mess to moody landscape - Time to speed up the skills again, so this was a card that became a dark mess of wax (experimenting process). Just by adding white lifted some light (the key to landscape) back into the vista (basis for sky) and opened the possibility to create a landscape. The suggestion of trees is not completed - it is a demonstration card practise - intended to show others how to recover from a messy card situation and find some fresh outcome - literally changing the picture.
 
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Filename:20110208_moody_poplar_1_800.jpg
Upload by:Michael
Album name:Mixed Gallery
Rating (1 votes):(current rating : 4 / 5 with 1 votes)
How did I create this art?:encaustic art wax
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 Thera [February 08, 2011 @ 11:31 PM]
  Very beautiful image, somtimes becomes unsuccessful pictures to the best, well done
 Ingrid [February 09, 2011 @ 10:21 AM]
  This is one of the most fascinating things with encaustic. Even if you have made the painting muddy you can save it and create wonderful paintings. Your sky is so full of light, and you did not forget the birds.
 Miahaya [February 11, 2011 @ 09:03 AM]
  I like this one very much. Smile