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I've been a purist for a long time with no success but last week I painted a simple landscape with oil in less than 2 hours by editing a simple illustration i found on a stock site and adding broken colors. Then sold it a day after I posted it. Now I'm stuck in a dilemma. Do I continue sacrificing my integrity for profit or go back to creating paintings no one wants to buy?
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>>3932219
Do both?
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interesting, i thought landscape painting was dead
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>>3932219
Do both, also take your own landscape photos when possible.



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