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Old 01-25-2015, 12:59 PM
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3 Fruits from Life xp Pastel Studio


3 Fruits from Life
6" square
Terry Ludwig pastels
Pastel Premier sanded pastel paper Medium grit Italian Clay color.

Yes, the orange is actually that much bigger than the apple and pear. It's a puny pear and a fairly small apple but the orange is approaching grapefruit size, which means I'm going to seriously enjoy eating it. Had fun with the pointillism and many, many shades of orange on the orange! Also a bit of brown and violet!
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Re: 3 Fruits from Life xp Pastel Studio

More fruits from life...


Orange On Gold
6" square
Pan Pastels Gold Metallic, Rembrandt and Terry Ludwig pastels
Bee Bogus Recycled Rough sketch paper

And a WIP series on the other one...

Step 1 charcoal pencil sketch and first flat colors:


Step 2 blended from Step 1 to make smoother surface:


Step 3 getting the colors right. Background is more nuanced.


Finish (step 3 and 4 combined because I usually do!) Vertical and horizontal variations in the pear, step 4 is finishing touches stem and flaw and tweaks.

Pear Study 6" square on Bee Bogus Recycled Rough paper
Rembrandt pastels, from life
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