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It comes but once a year, the day I must clean my mirror.
5 x 7 inches
6 x 6 inches
Super quick ones.
And a girl.
Did you see this? Art was a medal getting event.
More chicken painting.
I also have the tenth printing, but my copy seems to have good print quality. I got mine through Schmid's website.
Thanks a lot VK! Yep, I'm a fan of Lipking.
Another for the drying rack.
BlackDelphin: Thank you. I used to do a little digital, but it was almost like there were too many options and tools. 10+ years of traditional, and I'm still learning new ways to use a hairy stick....
Thanks Blizzard5291. I used more of an open palette with the hen painting.
Trying for some thicker paint.
It sounds like you might be too caught up in detail. I know I first started to "get it" when I started using charcoal. Using the broad side of a stick of charcoal alternately with a big eraser helped...
Been a while, sketchbook. I was posting in the fine arts section, but maybe it's a little more appropriate for these photo ref studies to go here. These are no more than 2 hr sketches.
He's definitely looking at the model and taking measurements, but he's also using his existing knowledge of head construction to do it.
Soldiers and tech aren't usually my subject, but I found this interesting: http://sweetrefbro.tumblr.com/
It's kind of a blend of conceptual and actual tech.
Self 8 x 10
Thanks, Great Distance.
Guess what? More chickens.
N.C. Wyeth's Stonewall Jackson?
Blending typically won't make ugly brushstrokes better. You have to go over bad brushwork with better brush work. Since you are working digitally, you can ctrl+Z until you like it.
Thank you, Philip and Matt!
Some more chickens. Both 5 x 7 inches.
Thanks for the feed back!
My kitty. Painted from a photo, because cat.
I like that hand construction. Nice improvement for just a year.
And another wee painting. Self portrait from a mirror yesterday.
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