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Thread: Selfportraits by MidgardSerpent
September 10th, 2010 #61
Beautiful work! Have you tried playing with different styles? (abstract, thick brushwork, etc) Thank you for stopping by too!
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December 22nd, 2010 #62Registered User
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Excellent paintings. I enjoyed looking at them. This thread needs an update. Do you post your work any place else? I'm curious to see how you progressed since these.
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December 26th, 2010 #63
I've pretty much stopped putting up work in this topic or anywhere else altogether for the past few years. Several reasons for this:
-I'm too slow when I paint. I decided to change my approach to speed up my progress, because I wasn't going anywhere with this. The idea was to put up that work later, and I've kept post-poning it. I'm not a workhorse like some people on here, but I've been drawing steadily and I've got about 3 years of work (lots of crap though) and scanning and posting all that would be REALLY tedious and time-consuming.
And I kind of feel I have to play host in my thread, I feel under less pressure when I just concentrate on learning and drawing without an audience.
-I also tried to concentrated more on anatomy and figure drawing, so a lot of work wasn't really appropriate for this thread anymore.
-Uploading to CA is a pain in the ass, especially in bulk.
But it's the holidays so I decided to scan in some stuff, I cherry-picked them, there's a lot of not so-interesting stuff in between, but here you go:
Last edited by MidgardSerpent; December 26th, 2010 at 08:09 PM.My Self-Portraits
"Work for your self first. You can paint best the things you like or the things you hate. You cannot paint well when indifferent.
Express a mental opinion about something you are sensitive to in life around you. There is a profound difference between sensitivity and sentimentality."
~ John Sloan Gist of Art
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