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July 19th, 2005 #1
Arctis' laboratory =UP dec 27th : crab-man=
There are very interesting stuff in that forum, a lot of life here !
Here's my little participation (I don't want to be the "saurian aliens" obsessed painter...).
These are pencils I did during holidays in french's Alpes, and my first watercolors, made on a travel in the west USA last automn.
A point of view on Lake Powell, done just before the rain !
And a souvenir from Monument valley...
Hope you'l like them.
Last edited by Arctis; December 28th, 2007 at 06:59 PM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJuly 19th, 2005 #2
Lovely use of watercolor.
I'm speechless, if you can't tell.
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July 19th, 2005 #4
Welcome to this little adventure ::: just pulled out my little wc set for a little trip to Yellowstone ::: no camera this trip ::: just the sketchbook :::: very nice btw for your first attempts :::
July 19th, 2005 #5
very nice stuff, I really dig the coloured ones.
Allso very nice perspektive in the first one.
Keep it up
July 19th, 2005 #6
Those are your first watercolors? Damn, those are nice. How much time did you spend on each of them? The colors and the compositions are very nicely done.
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July 19th, 2005 #9
Vary nice, and I hope you enjoyed your trip to Yosemite national park!
"As you may have noticed, Im not all here my self..."
Give me some love! JARheads SKETCHBOOK of DOOM!
July 19th, 2005 #10
wow man. Those environments are awsome! Love the graphite buildings. The watercolors have great sense of light.
July 20th, 2005 #11
Thanx a lot for the feedback !
madplanet : I don't remember, because on holidays, I don't look at my watch very much.
A little update : some researches for a comic project I had a while ago... a family portrait.
More things to come, really experimental this time...
July 20th, 2005 #12
Them last ones really don't look proffessional man
July 20th, 2005 #13
Well, Blog, I was watching another thread, one of the best here, and I found a harsh comment you posted there, then I went back here and I found this another one...
Then, of course I saw your own thread...
Please, explain your opinion, because it's easy to spit and go away ;
Then be more humble in your remarks, regarding your own skills ;
To end with, get more artistic culture by looking at some great artist's sketchbooks, it will help you to make the difference between researches and finished pieces.