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    Posted: 01 Jul 2019 at 7:12pm
I keep looking at this one Stewart but the paint on this does not appeal to me, not like your other work. Still the turning looks to be up to your normal high standard
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Cheers, Ian - it's become one of my favourites!
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I agree with Les & Geg it brightens up the day I like it
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Thanks, guys. I guess it does have a strong autumnal feel to the colours. Thanks for commenting!
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Originally posted by gregmcateer gregmcateer wrote:

....Reminds me of a bright autumnal day.....

Pretty much the same impression as I got....I felt that I was ling on a forest floor, looking up at the sky on an autumn day. It works for me.
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Stewart,
You are really getting good at this milarky. I like that loads. Reminds me of a bright autumnal day.
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This will either grow on you, or have you forever reaching for the sick bucket! I had great fun doing this, playing with spray can paints...


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