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Landscape paintings,

I painted from my photo from Myanmar.

Kanancyo, Osaka. Around my neighbor. My house is all the way back behind the little electric tower.

This semester, I started doing oil paintings. I just started, but I did landscape painting for the first time. It has been hard, but I feel better than when I learned about doing still life. Also, with oil, I did not to paint over when I had the wrong color mixing. They are the ones that  I got good comments from my instructor. They are not too abstract, but I learned that it is better not to go all of the details. 

I have been busy, so I updated this blog, after a while. I will get back with more....


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