"Tis a fine model, i know you spent a long time getting the details right.
My only comment is it could be misinterpreted as launching from the ground and we are just seeing the the clouds rising from the launch pad. Perhaps make it clearer were up…"
"Thanks Nick. Your right Dan, the real thing is more low key. photo has upped the saturation somewhat.
This is the second painting of a pair to accompany and illustrate some actual ex-lunar hardware a collector has."
"Very nice piece, Gavin! The colors are great and I love the little specular and glowing highlights on the core tube and the hammer. My only minor nit would be that the blues in the boot treads and glove finger tips were a bit more baby/gray blue in…"
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Thought it was time I commented on your paintings. I think you paint with sensitivity, and they are the sort that you would think gets sold easily!
I agree with Dave re your watermark, maybe make them a bit smaller?
I particularly like the Lunar Rover image -- great feeling of light. I understand the need for a watermark, but I do feel that yours are sometimes a bit obtrusive, and get in the way of the picture. . .