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    Old Oak

    Well last years anyway

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    Re: Old Oak

    Really like the tonal values Jeff.

    I would love just a wee bit of colour in the leaves...not the full whack, just a slight soft tinge.

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    Re: Old Oak

    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy Mae View Post
    Really like the tonal values Jeff.

    I would love just a wee bit of colour in the leaves...not the full whack, just a slight soft tinge.
    More like this perhaps ? Thanks for the feedback !

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    Re: Old Oak

    I think I meant just a touch of colour in the oak leaves and keep the background B&W. Those beautiful curls and shapes work well with the gentle browns ...not so much with the green background as you lose contrast.



    That said..the more I see it in B&W the more Ilove it like that.

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