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orion nebulae was created by raymond

Hello everybody,

I judt thought I post a small painting I did recently, of the orion nebulae, through a 6 inch celestron refractor. I also recently got a celestron neximager a nd tried some images of the moon which I must post soon. It's taking a bit of practice :blush: but hopefully I will get there :)


Talk to you soon

Ray
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Replied by raymond on topic Re:orion nebulae

ooops hopefully now I am able to attach the image
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Replied by Seanie_Morris on topic Re:orion nebulae

From my current computer Raymond all I have is a black square.

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Replied by jmcc5 on topic Re:orion nebulae

You can just about make out white shading depending on what angle you look at it from.
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Replied by Seanie_Morris on topic Re:orion nebulae

Ah yes, on a different machine now (Mac). I can see it, I guess the other screen I was on last night (in the radio studio) just has its brightness settings down quite a bit.

That's a nice wispy image Raymond. What kind of materials did you use? Is it meant to be in black and white?

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Replied by jeyjey on topic Re:orion nebulae

Nice one, Ray.

By "painting" do you mean a digital work (as in with PhotoShop or something)? Or is this a photo of a painting on a canvas?

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Replied by raymond on topic Re:orion nebulae

Hello its a oil painting on canvas the original painting as some green colour i took a poto of the painting which is not great.

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Replied by raymond on topic Re:orion nebulae

Hello seane
Its an oil painting on canvas the poto of the painting is not great the original has some green colour,i have been painting for many years but that the first at the scope.

Thanks ray.
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Replied by DeirdreKelleghan on topic Re:orion nebulae

Hi Ray , interesting use of paint, are you using regular oils or quick drying oils?

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Replied by raymond on topic Re:orion nebulae

hello Deirdre

It was painted in regular winsor and newton oil paint not quick drying i like the wet into wet feel of the paint.

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