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Mullach an Rathain, Liathach - painting
© wee jamie, Apr 2010
Camera used: acrylic on alu/plastic composite
My god Jamie, that's incredible.
jon - 13/Nov/11
This is one of the best shots I've seen in terms of composition.
Codyshotolaschiewe - 14/Nov/11
its amazing that scotland can be so impressive, more amazing that thats a painting and not a photo
madmo2991 - 14/Nov/11
Just checked your site out - respect!!
Migsy - 14/Nov/11
Outstanding, where can I get a copy of this ?
HighlandStu - 14/Nov/11
Thanks for the comments folk. I'm afraid the only record I have of this painting is this photo taken on my compact, so enlargement above A4 is not really possible.
wee jamie - 14/Nov/11
no idea how you do it, but it is brilliant
Mike421 - 15/Nov/11
I'll have to get one of those cameras!
Sean Kelly - 16/Nov/11
Can UKC not do a piece on you Jamie? visit your studio, show us how you do it etc etc. This is absolutely amazing.
Enty - 18/Nov/11
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UKH Photos - 20/Nov/11
Brilliant painting this jamie one of my favorite mountains how do you get the sharpness and detail.
painterman61 - 25/Nov/11
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Thanks! Sharpness and detail come from layers of good quality acrylic to build up bright colours and sharp contrasts, and fine-tipped brushes for the endless detail. I use Jo Sonja acrylic from Australia - top pigments, completely lightfast, nice smooth consistency. This painting was about 1.3m tall. Yes, a UKC article would be great. I'm on it!
wee jamie - 26/Nov/11