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    Timpas paintings Ud 28 Nov

    So, first post, just to get my ass in gear. These were done at the end of a foundation year in at LESAG in Paris, before this Id never picked up a pencil with the intent of drawing something, so I guess I learnt something over there. Not counting my first broken heart of course...

    But I digress, these are all 1:1 gouache still lifes, on 400g vinci board, except the leather glove, thats a pencil.

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    And soon, a sketchbook will appear.
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    great studies you have a very good eye....the glove is kinda hard to read..maybe the picture..love to see your sketches.
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    You know I just posted on your sketch book and now looking at your gouache didn't realize that it's the same artist. Not exactly unrecognizable but very different from your city sketches. But I love it again. I love festive colors, and
    how you draw texture.
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    Me again. May I ask how long it took for you to paint this lovely strawberry tartlet, for example? Was it still edible when you've finished? Gosh, I'm hungry
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    Haha, it took me about 10 hrs all in all. I noticed you got a shoe fetish, I got one I did in analytical aswell, Ill scan and post it tonight, Nothing special, but maybe youll get a "kick" out of it, hehe...
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    more like paintings rahter than drawings hehe

    I like the shirt!!! How did you work on this? from life?
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    Yea from life, basically lay out whater infront of me, make sure I have a reliable lightsource, (very important!) then doing contours in pencil, lightly, then colour, trying to get shadings as close as possible. I really enjoyed them, love sitting for hours like that, learning. Ill scan some more.
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    How did you do the plastic container on N4? With what? The reflection is made shockingly realistic. You didn't ask me but I just have a little request. Try not to overdo it, don't do it a photographic quality. Stop when it still have charm of a drawing or a painting. Some roughness, not a polished effect. In this case you didn't overdo, in my opinion, but you are close.
    Yes, some old dirty shoes would be nice after a french pastry.
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    Thanks, well basically drew the strawberries full figure, as if there was no container, then sprayed with a celluosa fixative, and lightly went over with a very diluted grey mix.

    As for the "photorealism" I dont think Im there quite yet, hehe, but they were done for Analytical Drawing class, so the more close it looked to reality, the higher marks we got.
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    Ok first a shoe, 1:1 in gouache

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    and branches

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    I cant seem to get the other pics to remain the right size, theyre to big, even thought theyre all around 800x600, 50k. Put they are photos, ill try again tonight!
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    So I got them to work! yipiee! Apparently i didnt log out of photobucket inbetween resizing my images to 800x600. Live and learn.
    Anyway here are 4 Pastels, 50x33 cm, done while being hung over, well actually still pretty pissed, but it was fun anyway!

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    And two large charcoals, 100x70 cm

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    Cheers!
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    Hey, Tim! I'm very fond of your shoe and brunches. The shoe is new, never been worn. For not a shy person to wear it. I have a lot of associations with these branches: I've seen branches like that under my feet in very early cold spring when I was walking in city's park. Dead branches from last year growth.
    I like the figure drawings (can add they looked stylized). Colored ones are a little scary. What did you do with their eyes?
    Regards, Sveta
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