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The way you’ve carried the colours in from 3D to 2D works a treat - surprising how many otherwise good backscenes ‘blow it’ by being at a different ‘temperature’ from the foreground.

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So what I did this morning is do a repaint for just the downs bit, increasing the height somewhat.  This should help the visual effect that your eyes aren’t trying to expect the sea to reappear across the end. Memo to self: when painting scenic backscenes, block off the horizon line when you get to a corner.

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That looks so much better. I am sure it would have niggled if left.

 

Don

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