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Ghost Ship by John McQue

Ghost Ship

A3 Glossy card (300g).
florescent paints used for the colours, then black sprayed on top, ship scraped out with a palette knife to reveal under colours.
Photo taken under UV lights to enhance the paint colours.
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35 comments
Excellent, really looks like a ghost ship..!!
2 months ago
Many thanks Junita, appreciated, J.
1 month
Fantastic work, John! It does have a ghostly feel to it. I love the colors. Well done.
2 months
Thank you Mary, J.
1 month
I like this blue hued ghostly spectre. Very haunting and atmospheric.
2 months
Many thanks Alison, regards, J.
1 month
Very, very nicely done. Great work! Best wishes, Debbie
2 months
Thank you Debbie, appreciated, J.
1 month
It is gorgeous! I could sit for hours just to look at the colours. Thx for sharing:-)
2 months
Thank you, Martin, pleased you enjoyed it, J.
1 month
Paul I love the whole painting. Great colours and composition. Definitely a favourite for me 😊😊
2 months
Thank you Joy, appreciated, all the best, J.
Also for the fav,
1 month
What an awesome process. Love it.
2 months
Big thank you Patti, all the best, J.
1 month
Beautiful!! Eerie and wonderful!
2 months
Thank you Angela, appreciated, j.
1 month
Wow, John, I love this, and effect is incredible. The ship is great, beautiful shapes in the sail and the hull, (if that is the right word). It is indeed ghostly, sound like you are having fun.
2 months
Thank you so much Nadine , great comments, J.
1 month
Very atmospheric.
2 months
Many thank, George, I.

Hope your keeping ok .
1 month
just beautiful...
2 months
Thank you Pauline, J.
1 month
You have captured the ship so well...such gorgeous ethereal colors and i love the details....the moon...just gorgeous!!! I love your blue colors, the shapes and the subtle hues....just fabulous!
1 month
Thanks Brenda, always appreciate you dropping by, regards, J.
1 month
Love this John. Very creative .very beautiful .stunning work.
Kind regards
Bev.
1 month
Thank you Beverly, appreciated, J.
1 month
Shiver me timbers, John, What an image!! The shimmering fluorescent sea under the full blue moon - just so exciting! Definitely a fave!
1 month
Har me hearties, thank you Sue.
Also for the Fav, regards, J.
1 month
you really know how to use blue and treating us with this beauty!

kind regards Ellen
1 month
Thank you Ellen, so nice of you to say so, regards, J.
1 month
I love this. I'm a sailboat freak, although I get seasick too easily to actually sail on one. This is gorgeous.
1 month
Thank you,Kathryn, sorry to here about your sea legs, LOL.
Really pleased you like the picky, regards, J.
1 month
Splendid!
1 month
Thank you, Leonard, appreciated regards, J.
1 month
Blue... first of all I love ur choice. It's expressive :)
1 month
Thank you for your comment, J.
1 month
John,
This painting reminds me of "The Rime of thr Ancient Mariner" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Excellent rendering and execution. - J Patrick
1 month
Many thanks, JP, appreciate your comment, J.
1 month
I love this painting,John. It's great! I have a ghost ship that I have posted to, that's too cool.


Ronnie
1 month
Thank you Ronnie , appreciate you dropping in, J.
1 month
Missedthis one John, lovely blue colour and atmosphere,..will miss your wonderful work when the site closes.....Michael
16 hours
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for John McQue
Hi,I have been painting since 2008
(self taught)my main interest has been with oils/acrylics,but recently been playing with spray art.
Recommended to this site by a good friend Raymond Poore, a very accomplished artist.

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