Day 157 – How Do You Know When You’re Done?   12 comments

Working with textures is interesting. It’s hard to decide when you’re done. I’m not sure I’m happy with this photo yet, but apparently I’m happy enough with it to share.

I actually uploaded this once to the blog and when I saw it in thumbnail form, I found something I didn’t like. I’m sure I’ll come back to this a few more times before I really think it’s done. Might need to give it a total overhaul.

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12 responses to “Day 157 – How Do You Know When You’re Done?

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  1. Looks good enough to put on anyone´s wall,Mike!

  2. Sweet photo. You did a really good job.

    My girlfriend is the same way with her painting. They are never really done.

  3. This one is done. I really like it!
    The next 20 versions you do will be done too!

  4. Very cool! I love how your style is expanding and evolving!

  5. I love this..just brilliant colours and textures…wonderful!!

    lyndajeffersphotography
  6. Don’t change a thing. It’s perfect. Nice everything.

  7. Beautiful! These are my favorite colours…I always gravitate towards them for my quilts

  8. I like it Mike, nice job and nice to see you branching out on different techniques (I don’t recall many textures…if any). This reminds me of the dandelion image I did, the only thing I really did was remove the texture from the flower. Great job man, looking forward to seeing more textures from ya!

  9. Good question Mike. Personally, I like what you have done here — it’s beautiful. However, I do understand what you are saying. The thing about creating ART is… as an artist, you will always find something elese you can do to it — wanting it to be perfect — to be just right… etc. From my personal experience, I realized that there comes a time where I just have to say okay, that’s it! And be done with it. Perfect or not and move on. Because often times by overworking it, it ended being less perfect.

  10. Cool pic what photo editing do you use? Love the pic!

    trendsetter14
  11. Excellent blending of texture. Colours and detail are very effective.

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