- Jul 30, 2017
- Central Coast NSW
Well, I gave it a go and I have to say I disliked it. Sorry.Good idea Greg. Will put a faint dirty line around base of footings. But don't ask me to weather the bridge any further, for I have an aversion for weathering.
G'day PeterSo, I am going back to D. I know Greg won't mind, but I am sorry If I have disappointed anybody else about my decision.
Thanks for understanding my skew-whiff thinking.G'day Peter
PLEASE don't worry about me or anyone else. What I asked you to do is very difficult and I'm sorry for that.
I havta agree with you A and B is NBG, C is ok in the muddy waters but not in the clear waterways.
Maybe when you do the gloss clear lacquer over the water, you can be not so careful around the piers, that way the piers would look wet as well.
Keep up your great work mate.
Would not do that if I were you. There are bull sharks and at least one kraken in that water....The water looks so good, l might have a dip in that river...
Ah, stop pulling my leg. It's trick photography...I thought you said that you were rusty with the painting. To me, you're a shining (off the water) example of a true artist...
I am sure there will be a youtube video for promoting the museum. If so, I'll let you all know.Keeps getting better and better I liked the water lines idea and I think finding the right color to do Ii in is the key to it being an acceptable addition. that said the brown didn't work the barnacles work very well and look fantastic. I think when your all done with this project I would love to see a slow motion video tour of it pictures are nice but the video captures everything. You have some great skill Brother this is absolutely something to be proud of. I wish I could come visit to see it in person.