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Alex Melnicov
03-05-2016, 06:39 AM
Good day, dear colleagues!


I offer an interesting abstract paintings drawing method


1) turn on your favorite music (It may be Mozart, Bach, etc., modern sound:music: )

2) pull a hat (cap) over the your head with eyes, so that you can see the outlines of objects (the palette, canvas, brush, hand), but not the color (!!!)

3) and the process has begun (with the corresponding inner feelings and etc.)

4) while painting, you can rotate the canvas as you want

5) after the completion of the process (when you feel that it is finished)
look for work, rotate it :)

In this paper, I turned the canvas 90 degrees
and after photographing just increased the contrast in Photoshop

Alexander

http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/05-Mar-2016/1978884-11.jpg

john
03-05-2016, 02:27 PM
Rhythm dances across the painting.

Good idea.

briankinderfineart
03-05-2016, 06:36 PM
needs a lot of work but I appreciate your enthusiasm. In my opinion it is a MUST to pay attention to the color and how each color works next to another...and to also pay attention to the texture, flat areas, glossy areas, etc.

My three essential rules are this (which are the three most important things in painting):

1. Color
2. texture
3. good (if not great) composition

Best of luck to you....keep painting because at the very least it is good for ones soul.

Alex Melnicov
03-06-2016, 07:54 AM
to mr. briankinderfineart and other people

it is an existential experience, originating from an unknown form
hand movements completely submit the movements of the body and mind

First TRY

Alexander

birdhs
03-06-2016, 10:42 AM
Experimentation by an artist is always a good thing
many artists have tried different styles in their lifetime
some folks like the new art
some will not
thank goodness fer the experimenters and the bold and brave
otherwise we would all be painting the same thang.

It does not matter if I like this
it matters that it exists
experimenters should expect controversy
and keep pushing forward

and I do like this
it is unique and colorful and loose

looking forward to seeing more from you

greggo