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got some background to do....need to step away for a bit and look at it again later
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Rod,
Maybe you are through with it. If you keep on adding, it might get over worked!

Looks great from here!

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Rod it looks very nice

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Maybe you are through with it. If you keep on adding, it might get over worked!
i was hoping someone would tell me that....lol
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Outstanding work!

Sometimes less is better. I messed up a lot of pieces by overworking them, especially pastel paintings. I also think this one can be called "done".

Thank you for sharing.

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