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    Anyone for Tea

    Just playing with some light set-up's. I was trying to get the feel of a 'High class tea house in 1930'.
    I'll be interested to see what you all think.
    Just to clarify things, I had a mug of tea when I was working on this picture; I'm just a working class guy.

    Anyone for Tea

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    Re: Anyone for Tea

    Hi John...I can see what you are aiming for, a kind of richness and warmth.

    Can I suggest that you lose the half white background and keep all the tones warm and soft?

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    Re: Anyone for Tea

    Hi Sharon,
    yes I think your right. I did hang a sheet background (Magnolia colour) but that did not look right either, so I tried (as you guessed) to PP it out. I'll have a re-think about what back ground would be best.
    Many thanks for your suggestion.
    John

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