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|08-17-2020 04:28 PM|
|Steve Neul||Really, you are the only one to satisfy. I know what you mean though, I've got paintings I thought were done but as I set them up and look at them for a while see things I'm not satisfied with so I will be touching them up. I did a painting yesterday that had a river in it and painted it different than the photo. In the photo there was so much glare on the water it looked nearly white but I didn't paint it that way. Now looking at it the color of the water it's too close to the color of the landscape so I will probably go back over it with white caps to lighten it.|
|08-17-2020 12:30 PM|
When can you say a painting is finished?
I wanted to ask you all for some thoughts about this question: ďWhen can you say a painting is finished?Ē At a very younger age, I didnít seem to have this problem. I just stopped at a certain point, happy and satisfied about the results, and that was it. No thoughts afterwards. But now Iím having a terrible time deciding when my painting could be considered completed. My last painting, that you could see in one of my recent posts, made me think about it. I have a feeling that the painting is still missing something that could be added. Or maybe I'm making a fuss about it for nothing, and going on painting will resolve the issue at some point. Thank you for your time.