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Location: Paris (transplanted!) - Posted April 8, 2013 7:56 am

Charlie Bond

since someone else mentioned your writing I guess I'm ok to do the same. I actually bought your book - the "code" - mainly because I was homesick for Uk and the service. Among other reasons.I was gripped from word one and held right to the final "bullet" your other reader mentioned. Looking forward to the sequel???

Location: The Observatory - Posted March 26, 2013 9:02 am

TheDWO

Pity it's been so cloudy. Cannot see the comet PANSTARRS

Location: north cornwall - Posted March 25, 2013 4:48 pm

Iain

Brilliant tutorial. Call me thick if you will, but do you remove the 'sun/moon thingy' and paint the canvas or what? If you leave it there wouldn't (note the apostrophe)it fall off at some stage.
Signed: Bewildered acrylicist of six months experience.
ps I LIKE visible brush strokes!

Location: Devon - Posted March 24, 2013 8:18 am

Keith

super site, great info, just getting back into painting so found site a......an inspuration if thats how you spell it :).. happy painting . .....

Location: West Midlands - Posted September 19, 2010 10:36 pm

John Walker

Hi Larry,
Enjoyed browsing your fantastic seascapes. Do you ever get tired of painting them? Obviously not. I never tire of painting trees, in oils and watercolour, but I get criticism from fellow artists that I shold expand my subject matter! But who cares. I enjoy paintng landscapes, and few of those contain absoluteley no trees!
Having served ten years in the RN, I got a little weary of looking at the sea... But your pictures make me feel I should try my own hand at seascapes. Even if only to satisfy my fellow artist critics!
Best Wishes. John Walker

Location: here - Posted September 18, 2010 7:02 pm

Chris Buckley

Awesome paintings, Im from Cornwall so I appreciate the reminder of how amazing Cornwall is

Location: England - Posted September 18, 2010 7:00 pm

Lorraine

I have really enjoyed looking at your site, you make painting look so easy! I know it isn't as I started painting last year and now realise it is very hard, but i'm persevering! I will definately be back for another look. excellent paintings.

Location: England - Posted September 18, 2010 5:48 pm

Joan Raftery

Hello Larry - just had the pleasure at viewing your seascapes and also reading your blurb, very entertaining. I paint as a hobby, not very good, but do enjoy it so it was nice to see how you approach the subject in your tutorial. I am going to attempt to follow that, don't worry I will certainly be no contest to you. Anyway thank you, your pictures are really beautiful, and I really enjoyed browsing through them. Happy Painting - Joan

Location: USA - Posted September 13, 2010 8:03 am

Kathi Mitchell

Hi, I just felt the need to say that I really enjoyed looking at your galleries, your paintings are exquisite:) I hope more is on the way in the future.

Location: northants uk - Posted September 12, 2010 11:38 am

Andy Havers

Hi, I bought one of your seascapes whilst on holiday a couple of years ago. I wonder if you could a)give me some more details about it ie is it named, where is it a painting of? and b) what is the best way to look after it? It is my first oil painting. It was bought on Newquay from the Bank Street Galery and is a painting of a breaking wave with no land and a clearing sky at sunset. Its a beautiful painting and is hanging proudly on our wall - Thanks Andy

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