Yes! Betty hit the nail on the head. I like the "mystery" of the negative space, but it
seemed too stark and abrupt. Instead of darkening the tree, though, I would like to see it
and the last row of foliage start to disappear into the background.
Maggie WWW (World's Worst Watercolorist)
> Woody, I'm always envious of how you watercolor skin without going muddy! I like the blank
> negative space, and the only issue I would have would be the value of the tree, which I could
> only wish were less descriptive and darker, more a silhouette against the blank background. I
> think that would be a more intentional 'set up' for the blank distance.