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Old 04-05-2006, 05:31 PM
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Re: realistic painting on acrylic material

These are fantastic!!
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Re: realistic painting on acrylic material

BRAVO!
I love the mix of realism with a contemporary twist, makes such interesting viewing, I've been playing with some similar ideas for some time within a stained window type format and building up both mental material and confidence to give it a bash so your work was more than inspiring....Thankyou for sharing.

Do you paint the whole piece then glaze a colour over the darker areas or work the whole with 2 separate palettes?
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Old 04-05-2006, 09:50 PM
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Re: realistic painting on acrylic material

Thanks you all for the commment

I will be happy to intruduse you some of my early naive artworks
from the priod i was working with little kids in age 3-5 for 15 years
( today i am 41 years old)

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Draw on rodin










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painting on diary













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drawings my family



memory of my mother :-) me and my tween brother



my family on dinner






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drawing on atlas
















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childlike drawing on invitation










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drawings on museum guide

















sorry if it is to much images :-)


more artworks from this early naive drawings you can find on:

http://www.naivedrawing.com
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Re: realistic painting on acrylic material

Hi Raphael,
I bet the pink primer in the closet has well and truely dried. You have a stunning range of style and your early works as a child are quite moving. You are very talented and Your web site refreshingly candid. Thank you for letting me have a jibe at you and showing us your miraculous art.
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