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    Wine Bottles in painting (+NEW WINE GIRLS)

    Greetings Friends! I wish to present a new artwork. As always it is possible to learn more on my page http://www.denis-art.com/

    Last edited by E.Denis; April 27th, 2005 at 07:44 AM.
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    wow those paintings of yours! that's some study on glass! ... and wine I guess... lol. I wonder what is the project or it's just your thing drawing glasses and bottles?
    crit: the kenwood labeled bottle looks slightly off at the very top.. it looks like we see it a bit more from above than we see the other bottle.. and then something at the neck.. I cannot pinpoint it though. Just my first impression.

    EDIT: the detail is truly amazing *bows*!

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    im more impressed at how you matched the type and and skewed it. kudos on the whole image. one crit. for a photorealistic painting the background seems to painterly(for photorealism that is) some glazing should fix that up....

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    Thats too good... makes me want to have a drink.

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    Really outstanding skill.
    Can learn alot about painting glass just by looking at your stuff.
    Ive just one question...Why so many wine bottles?
    Not that its bad or anything hehe...Im just curious. Is there another gallery with other stuff im missing?

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    cheers for nailing those reflections!

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    This is the most gorgeous still-life painting I've seen in my life!



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    Hey Feak whatīs this?
    I hope that my eyes havenīt leave me in the pass!
    Thats very great Stuff of course!
    I ask my self why you are still posting here!

    I want to ask you still something: can you draw something except wine bottles?

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    work like that makes me want to cry

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Thanks All!

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    These are really good could we see some progressive shots or learn a little of the process and what you used to paint it??? please.

    If i shoot the J then its "Good"



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    An impressive painting indeed. The only criticism I have at a glance is that the Kenwood bottle and the one behind it seem to have melded together. What I mean by that is that the distance between the two isn't apparent. I am also interested in the dimensions and media used.

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    Hey E.,
    This new piece is really nice, just like the others I've seen from you. One things though is that the bottle to the far right, the white wine in the clear bottle, appears to be topling over. I remember you said that you use photo reference so I was wondering if that was the actual position of it in the photo, or is it slightly off?

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    Today you can see new painting on a site

    Today you can see new painting on a site http://www.denis-art.com/32gal1.htm and http://www.denis-art.com/30gal2.htm

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