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Old 02-04-2018, 12:48 PM
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What a crock

Type of Watercolor Paint: W&N
Type of Paper: 180 g Arches
The Size: 30cmx40cm
The Reference Source: the objects themselves

A little still life, done this afternoon. Nothing special, no photo, just crocks.



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Old 02-04-2018, 01:00 PM
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Lovely textural painting
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Very interesting.
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Fabulous colour, textures and shapes Esther!!
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Fabulous colour, textures and shapes Esther!!

What she said.
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The crocks are great. I would like to see a suggestion of background though.

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Re: What a crock

This is beautiful Esther - I really like that blue crock
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Love this -- you've captured the pottery colors and textures perfectly!
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Beautifully done.
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Great painting. You’ve really captured the glazes.
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Old 02-04-2018, 06:57 PM
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Great painting! The surfaces are spot on for texture and colour.
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Re: What a crock

The crockery pieces are well done as to texture, color and design of composition. I would suggest a bit of dark on far side of the portion of the bowl as you did with the two pitchers
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Re: What a crock

I agree with the others. The textures and color is fantastic.

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"Nothing special, no photo, just crocks."

As a crockery collector, this really grabbed my eye. You've captured the glazes so well, your forms are nice and it appears to have been fun to do. I think we work better from life. I know I do.
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