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Thread: Master Copy Workshop
May 11th, 2006 #105
Here is one of the many bargue plates I have done. I'm about 1/2 way through now and hope to have the first set of plates completed by the end of year.
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nice yandor..i did copy up to plate 56 but there were rather superficial copies..most of them in half an hour hehe..nothing very serious..are you doing them sight size?..i did about three of them that way on my own..at my school i did about 5 of them..well those were the most difficult..sight size,exactly as seen..it looks like you are doing a pretty good job.. try one or two sight size..although i nothing beats freehand drawing..
May 15th, 2006 #107
I'm not using sight size. However, I do get my top/bottom and left/right most points of the image and then start cutting in from there. I would like to try it, but also want to eventually just be able to look and see the angle/length of the line and go at it from there. If you've ever seen a demo by Tony Ryder he is able to do this and capture the object near perfectly.
May 25th, 2006 #108
May 29th, 2006 #109
Kind of old now, but i thought i would ad it.
Quick Zorn study - Digital
June 3rd, 2006 #110
June 4th, 2006 #111Registered User
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A pastel of part of a Sargent:
June 4th, 2006 #112
people love sargent..hello there are more artists!! hehe.. jk he is one of the best ever in my opinion..
June 5th, 2006 #113
many interesting studies in this thread...
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Michaelangelo did the original
this is my copy:
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July 5th, 2006 #115
Zagnafain whoopieeee what a colours !!!!!!!!!!! Im jealous now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Allejo05 I just love etching in any form, to me its like the perfect medium if it just didnt need so much trouble and all, one would have to be a real artist to have all those facilities !!!!!!!!!!
Hotei I love that bouguereau study looks like the kind that I would like to study myself too, yours is going fine there .......
Skeiff wow your interpretation is cool, congrats ! Have you received any big revelations when you completed this painting and what they would be /
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August 3rd, 2006 #116
latest mastercopies..i enjoy these:
durer and his difficult hatching
some french ideal head..good practice...
having fun with hulk in oil (alla prima) and a three figure study after Mims..i added the angel for fun..although my figures are way less modeled...
messed up on the eyes...
Sheppard... Hals demo..very tough..colors are not very good because of picture..
watercolor and ink... no ruler..practicing my straight lines...
and old copy after parmigiano I think..done quickly
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August 15th, 2006 #117
well what can I say.. I basically finished the Perugino copy at around 3:30 am hehe..all the is left is maybe putting some black glaze over the eyes and adding more hair in the next session... I noticed his left eye is messed up..but oh well ..i learned a lot.. I had like 6 or 7 sessions counting the preparatory drawing.. I learned a lot..for example..that excellent drawing is most important..that i need to practice more circles..(I had a tought time making the halo over his head)...i learned that i dont like cadmium red..I am not really using my palettle here just the colors i got laying around.. I learned that having a firm and secure touch is a must (so i will be drawing with pen and ink more). that painting tighter is more difficult than loose...and that i have fun using colors and playing with glazes..there is a bit of glare sorry..