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Old 06-09-2018, 05:03 AM
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Re: Pitcher With Flowers

Very skillfully painted, Bill. I really like the juxtaposition of the real flowers with their decorative counterparts on the jug.
Critiques and comments are always welcome.
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Old 06-14-2018, 10:21 AM
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Re: Pitcher With Flowers

The flowers are delicate, warm and realistic.

Originally Posted by WFMartin
After a several more glaze layers of color. I'm actually using the same Torrit Gray by Gamblin for the background color, into which I'm mixing some Burnt Umber, and Raw Sienna for a degree of "warmth".

At this time, I'm a "dipper", meaning that instead of rubbing medium onto my dried surface, I dip a bit out of my medium cup using the tip of my brush. I then mix it with my paint on the palette before applying it.

The painting is a bit warmer than the photo shows. I've modified the photo toward that warmer color bias in Photoshop, but I cannot get it to update when I post it here, for some reason.

Nevermind......this is NOW a rather accurate representation of my painting. I just renamed it when I saved it out of Photoshop, and this site picked up on my NEW image!
A newbie in watercolor painting and digital painting.
And now, oil painting (from middle of April 2018)

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