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March 24th, 2006 #248Originally Posted by AmishCommy
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
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Tiff - you know me and other russians don't mix well. that is unless your name is Sveta
Sveta - thanks for your mini novella. always great to read this. the weird colors were not made up, these models were painted in them wierd colors. but you're right about me "searching" main problem is that i'm not sure what i'm searching for. it's very counterproductive
Originally Posted by tensai
here is some ref i stole from work (there's an illustration digesting around in my head right now):
March 24th, 2006 #250
I never would have guessed Egon Schiele was your favorite artist. I always thought it was this guy:
So how many bottles of beer and years of kissing ass on Conceptart until you get that good?
"Morons have no enemies."
March 24th, 2006 #251Originally Posted by Rear Naked Choke
I've only recently started looking at Reid's work after everyone started comparing me to him. I've known of him but never really paid much attention to him until now.
I did order some Sargent watercolor books last night. I figure if i'm gonna learn how not to suck with this damn evil medium might as well learn from someone who is far more advanced than both myself or Reid
March 24th, 2006 #252
Arkady, these watercolors are fucking stellar. I wish I had an SoI night man...
March 24th, 2006 #253Dutton Guest
Hey AC, in response, nope I'm not a NYC native, but I've visited a couple times and spent a bit of time in the Park. Not enough to call it my own, but enough to appreciate it and wish Golden Gate Park was as impressive (it is in its own way of course).
Your watercolors are looking amazing as always. You actually inspired me to pick up my old watercolors and start messing around with them. Now that my eyes have gotten a little sharper I can really see how effectively you're getting these soft forms working wet into wet and harder edges with wet on dry. I'm surprised you're just now getting Sargent's watercolor books because that's who you remind me of most in terms of his looser watercolors.
March 25th, 2006 #254Registered User
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holy shit, these are some the best watercolors I've seen.
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March 25th, 2006 #256
wow fantastic watercolor stuff ! you give me new ideas in how to handle my own work, btw what do you use, paper wise watercolor paper, bristol , regular paper ?
March 25th, 2006 #257Registered User
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fucking awesome. i love that line.
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March 25th, 2006 #259
Cody - you may have to petition to get a Chicago chapter going.
Dutton - it'd be awesome to see what you do with watercolors. really dig your traditional work.
Angel - I'm working on a mathematical equetion that will help you understand. see you tonight
Originally Posted by ParkerD
Smitherines - thanks
Eva - howdy there fellow Manhattanite. I use Strathmore 140lb serries 300 coldpress watercolor paper.
You should come sketch with us. We usually meet up on saturdays. today we're meeting up in SoBro at the IronWorks Gallery for our second show Opening. no sketching today, just lots of drinking.
Pat - i guess you're not coming up today are you? I hope you're still planning to come up for Art Out Loud 2. Cody will cry if you don't.
Edite - thank you, kind lady
some poopy watercolors from my sketchbook. warmups at the SoI:
March 25th, 2006 #260
Nice stuff, man ! I love your pics ! Bravo.