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"Watercolour Painting" inspired by the photograph
#1
http://www.shuttertalk.com/forums/viewto...603#p73603

"nia wrote:
Dear Pavel, 2 and 3 and this one are what I liked most especially this one, fascinated me. But I hope you don't mind for my change, I just wanted to see in B/W...(it may not a good quality what I did, sorry) I loved these birds... so beautiful.

http://www.shuttertalk.com/forums/image … d/77_2.jpg

Thank you,
with my love,
nia

Thank you once again dear Pavel, yesterday I tried to make a watercolour paintings... I hope you don't mind, these birds inspired me so much and I wanted to make their pictures... I am not a good painter like our dear Don! But at the end I did something. If you wish you can see on general page, I don't want to waste your beautiful photography thread.

Have a nice and enjoyable day,
with my love,
nia"

Here it is,

[Image: IMG_3225a.jpg]


Thank you,
with my love,
nia
“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.”

Ansel Adams



#2
Nice! I like the factory lines in the background. SImple but effective
#3
Nia, I am very touched that my photo inspired you in your own work. Surely there can be no greater compliment. Your painting differs from mine a bit. Yours has your natural warmth, gentleness and kindness, my photo has a tension between the the sunny foreground and content? birds in the foreground and menacing harsh steelworks in the background. I feel that the foreground worked out really well, but the background does not have the harshness of the photo. I do not know whether this is worth doing, or whether you wish to give your photo different feel and different meaning. Again, thank you for using my photo as a starting point to your work. I am very honored.

Pavel
Please see my photos at http://mullerpavel.smugmug.com (fewer, better image quality, not updated lately)
or at http://www.flickr.com/photos/pavel_photophile2008/ (all photos)
#4
Toad Wrote:Nice! I like the factory lines in the background. SImple but effective
Thank you dear Robert, it was so inspirational for me Pavel's birds... They hit me and they were calling me for to make a painting Smile

you are so nice,
have a nice weekend dear Robert,
with my love,
nia
“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.”

Ansel Adams



#5
Pavel Wrote:Nia, I am very touched that my photo inspired you in your own work. Surely there can be no greater compliment. Your painting differs from mine a bit. Yours has your natural warmth, gentleness and kindness, my photo has a tension between the the sunny foreground and content? birds in the foreground and menacing harsh steelworks in the background. I feel that the foreground worked out really well, but the background does not have the harshness of the photo. I do not know whether this is worth doing, or whether you wish to give your photo different feel and different meaning. Again, thank you for using my photo as a starting point to your work. I am very honored.

Pavel
I'm humbled now, it is same for me too dear Pavel, you are welcome but million thanks again, for everything, and you are so nice too,

Have a nice weekend,
with my love,
nia
“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.”

Ansel Adams



  


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