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    Some Paintlings

    I guess non-fiction paintings can go here. Here's some recent paintings. These are painted from my own photos, except the trees and fence one which was painted from life. They're all small oil paintings, 5x7 inches to 8x10 inches.

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    Nice work - look forward to seeing more!

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    Beautiful - solid! More please...

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    I love your painting of the horned toad. MOAR.

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    Wow! Good stuff!!

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    Jeff, Hope, Deadly, and retrosai: thanks so much!

    Here's a quickie I did from a facebook photo of a friend. 5x7 inches, oil on masonite.
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    Tons more on my blog, btw.

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    Here's a few more. The bust is painted from life, the others from photos.

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    Great work and good use of color.

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    the specular is intense

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    Thanks, Random_Hobo and FreakyBunny.

    Here's a few more portraits from photos.
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    Ref from http://reine-haru.deviantart.com/

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    Here's a well drilling truck, painted from life. 8 x 10 inches, oil on canvas board.
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    5 x 7 inches, oil on masonite.
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    Beautiful paintings! Thanks for posting!

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    Thanks, Matt!

    Here's an old Leyendecker study.
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    And another thing.
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    Here's a couple painted from vintage photos. 5 x 7 inches, oil on masonite.
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    2 more 5 x7's and an 8 x 10.
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    These are little more than exercises, but critiques are welcome.

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    Whoa, these are all lovely. I particularly love the one of the girl with the green background. Also, the quality of the oil on the masonite is lovely - so buttery!

    Please come take a look at my sketchbook!! Figure drawings, still lives and oil painting studies! Constructive criticism always welcome! New content added:
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    Thank xiola!

    My first attempt at gouache.
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    And an oil on one of my chickens.
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    Great work, Larriva. Great sense of color. I also enjoy the confidence of your strokes.

    Keep it up!!!

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    Thanks Syle!

    Here's what I've been up to over the past couple of months: Holiday commissions!
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    5" x 7"

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    11" x 14"

    And something for a Jurassic Park themed art show:
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    12" x 9"

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    Holy cow, you're amazing! Keep 'em coming!

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=136949 My sketchbook Critiques are welcome!
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    nice... I vote for more work from life though!

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    These are beautiful, well done, keep up the good work!

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    Thanks cyqunea, merl1n, and DefiledSoul.

    The first 2 are from life and the rest are from photos.
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    Thanks for looking.

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    The first two and the last one are better imo. But all of them are fine. keep it up

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    Nice brush work and nice renditions of photo - where applicable. Not everyone can make them look as good as that. I'd like to see the same freedom of brushes on the portraits from life.


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    Thanks, Black Spot. I think my strokes are more free when working from photos because I'm interpreting abstract 2d shapes. When I work from life, it's harder for me to see things that way.

    Some more from photos:
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    Thanks for looking.

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    You are totally NOT getting enough credit for that Jurassic Park themed show piece that you did.

    In general your painting skills are killer. Thanks for posting, please continue to do so.

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    Thanks a lot, Quigleyer.

    A couple more from photos:




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    More paintings.

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    Thanks.

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