Monday, September 5, 2011


Will the REAL "Chummy Little Guys" please stand up?
You have to be a certain age to remember that line.

This is a question to you fellow painters.....I took one of these pictures in the sun, the other in the shade.....What is the best advice on that?

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  1. I think they both work. The darker one seems richer but you can really see the colors better in the lighted one. Not much help, am I?

  2. Which one is truer to the original? THAT's the question!

    Love the brushwork, and the 'chummy little guys'!

  3. hi! One should put the image in the shade and also stand in the shade along with the image to shoot it - (and what Kelley said).

  4. I like them both but can see the issue here. I was taught to stand in the shade with the painting with no direct a covered porch. I agree with Kelley- get it as true to original however you have to.

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