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Thread: Need advice on this "watercolor" quilt

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    Do you know how lucky you are to have a quilt wall? Over the years I have quilted I have realised my biggest mistakes come from not being able to step back to see the whole thing before I begin to piece.
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    To me you have done it perfectly!!!

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    This is a beautiful piece, and the critter friends are the perfect focal point. I think your sunbeam in well placed, but I would try taking the yellow all the way to the ground.

    For example, try putting one directly behind the bunny's tail, one behind the raccoon's cap on the right, and a third one diagonal to that one. Wherever an artist wants the viewer's focus to go, the brightest light should go. Play with that idea and see if it makes a difference.
    Last edited by zozee; 03-12-2017 at 07:23 PM. Reason: it's ground not water, silly me!

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    Thank you all for your comments and suggestions. I have continued to play with the placement of my yellows, and taking pictures. I think I am finally satisfied. I'm going on vacation for a week then I will finish this when I get home and post pictures. Thanks again for all the encouragement and help! What a great group of folks on here!!!

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