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Old 04-23-2016, 09:50 AM
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Lovely portrait...you have captured emotion and mystery.

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Thank you Angel, very kind of you! Much appreciated...

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All of your stuff is beautiful.........still life and portraits both.
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Thank you Klinton and Daniel! Much appreciated...
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Another small and quick study, 4"x 6".

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Somehow, original image got replaced by this drawing. Not a problem. This is oil study that got replaced.


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Haven't done any painting for a while now... Small study (about 5"x 7") from a photo reference. Trying to get few things under control First few layers of tempera and then few layers of oil; hand is still too heavy but I guess that is the purpose of a study - to gain more control in order to achieve a goal. Anyhow, enjoyed the whole process even though some more work can (and should) be done

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Stunning works, I feel your edges and are exceptional, and though you may notice a heavy hand it looks completely soft and carefully handled to me. Great work!

I look forward to seeing more of your work.
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These are beautiful!
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Excellent work IronPawn! Nothing is heavy there about that flower.
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Delo, Forestgrass and Robert - thank you very much for your kind comments!

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Some more practice... tempera and oil on panel; size is quite small, about 5"x 5"... have a good one!

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Zoran
I missed your thread and work first time around.
Wow! Love your style and heavy hand
Those strawberries and portrait are fantastic.
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I missed your thread and work first time around.
Wow! Love your style and heavy hand
Those strawberries and portrait are fantastic.

Hey John!... no problem at all, you didn't miss anything important Thanks for your kind comment! Oh boy, took a little break from painting (after all, summer is all about vacation :-)) and it feels like that I just came out of gym and try to hold a 000 brush ha ha Lately I tried to improve more on drawing instead of painting although I like them both equally but my skills are not so good (or not where I want them to be) so hey, why not to try and get better at it, right?

Actually, I dedicated few threads in drawing forum and feel free to check them out if you want, sort of like a journey on trying to improve drawing skills (if any ): http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/show...1383238&page=5,
http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/show....php?t=1404050 and some on Bargue http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/show...1393391&page=3

By the way, your staff looks great! Thanks again and all the best.

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Zoran, I am really loving this last little one. It has so much vibrancy, how did you like the tempera (assuming as underpainting?) with oils as well? Do you consider the key of your painting, design, and overall ratio of contrast before you start or do you kind of build more organically adapting to what is given you in the strokes you make?
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