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    Some new stuff

    Hi,

    I post here some of my recent traditionnal pictures, monoprints for black and white pieces, oils for the color pieces.
    Comments and critics are welcome.






















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    Great work, I like the one of the boxers, looks so realistic.

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    Excellent, the boxers remind me one of Goya´s works. How exactly have you painted those monoprints? I guess you painted on them once done to define the shapes a bit, isn´t it?

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    I'm a fan, nice work.

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    great paintings, very evocative

    the 2nd one with the boxers is my favorite

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    great paintings, great mood, and cool strokes, thanks for sharing

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    Nice work. I shall add this link to the newsletter tonight.

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    Wow, that's some crazy brushwork right there! I like!

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    beautiful, esp the B&W prints;

    Thanks for sharing

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    Love the oils!!!!! Give us more!

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    The boxers reminded me of Steve Huston's work. Neat.

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    Respect to your artworks !

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    I really dig you b&w stuff, but the third one down is a mystery.

    Are the boxers Steve Huston influenced?

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    Wow, very dynamic and textural stuff, love it all!

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    Amazing work!

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    Thanks a lot for your comments!

    Badaboom > For the monoprints, i work on a large zinc board or on plexiglas board.
    For the begining, i define big shape of black using a brayer to find the general lighting, after that i use various brushes (particulary chinese brushes) an other tools (Q-tips, rag, painting knife...), for clarify and develop the differents elements of the composition.
    It's a good exercise, oblige you to work quickly.
    The result you obtain after printing can be very different of the picture in the board.

    egerie, Raoul Duke > Of course, Steve Huston is one of my influences, i like his dynamic vision of anatomy.

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    All those are great! And curiosly, although being traditional media, they look a lot like if they were digital painting

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    really nice work, and touch, but I don't understand the Monotype 8 ... don't really know what it is .... something is not readable.

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    pretty awezome style, love the black n white stuff

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    I love your work! +5*

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