Florence Statue Watercolour Painting 🎨

in ntopaz •  4 months ago 

ntopaz-image-0ntopaz-image-1‘A man who works with his hands is a labourer; a man who works with his hands and brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.’ - Louis Nizer 🎨

My latest watercolour painting of one of the statues I saw sculpted into the cathedral walls at Plaza Duomo, Florence. 🇮🇹 8.27 x 11.69”

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Hi @robbieallenart! Welcome to the nTopaz platform, we are very happy that you have started to publish your art through this platform. We liked your illustration very much.

However, we have noticed that there is a small error in your publication, because for the watercolor contest it's mandatory to comply with the following rule:

2- Some process photos must be included to validate your artwork.

So we recommend you click on edit the publication and modify the tag to [CR]. If you want to know more about the contest you can read the following Rules

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Thank you very much @cafeconleche for the info and the comment. I didn't actually take process photos of this one, I was hoping if I showed a second photo of it in the frame, it would be enough to show it is mine.

I'll see if I can do another one in time. Thank you. I'm brand new to the site, trying to figure out how it works so please excuse me if I make a mistake.

Thank you for the considering the contest, but as mentioned bellow by our Coordinator @cafeconleche you should read carefully the rules. I am going to move your work in CR: creation section

Nevertheless beautiful watercolor work you still can submit a new work till end of contest date.

Thank you for the info. I did think it would be ok to post a second photo of my work in a frame to prove it was mine as I didn't take process photos. Thank you though for moving it to the creation section for me.

Thank you for the comment on my work :).