Medieval Tea Pot
Medieval Tea Pot
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      • AZRainman Excellent job of making a kettle look like it's part of the original painting. I might sharpern or hightlight the top the kettle a tiny bit....seems a little fuzzier than the other items in the painting.
      • NewsMaster I agree with the above. You did an excellent work matching the color, light, and contrast patterns of the kettle with the rest of the painting. May I say (in a good way) you are making a big progress compared to some of your first submissions on the site. Editing is also the key - when you can edit an entry to fix the points discused in the comments, - try to edit it when you have time.
      • HoHouse Thanks again for critiquing my work, itís the only way to get better and I appreciate the time the family at FN takes to critique everybodyís entryís, which I try to read and learn from. A special thanks to Rainmaker a real talent who takes the time to teach.
      • Keb This is a nice image. Having said that, the kettle should be shinier. It is bronze & copper and should shine like the other metal ware in the image.
      • HoHouse I tried 20 different things to make that pot shine like the others, someday I'll learn. Last place shows you tried.
      • DOH very well done, tea pot a tab bit too bright, but great chop
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