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Re: WIP, favourite model

I like the expression of the model: she is enjoying from all the attention of the viewers! Tremendous portrait.
Great composition as well.
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Thank you, a few more details and I'll finish. Sooo easy to overdo it!
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WOW - just incredible! I love that beautiful counterchange around her face.

This resonates with me too - it could be my mother knitting beside her fire on the Isle of Skye

Beautiful, sensitive work!

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Re: WIP, favourite model

On the edge of overworking now, think I'll stop apart from toning down the cuff of her sleeve
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Thanks for the WIP Margaret! Interesting that you did this one again. It seems softer and warmer in tone than the previous one. She is a beuatiful woman, no wonder she's your favourite model!
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Lovely painting! And thanks for showing WIP
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Re: WIP, favourite model

I agree with Ruthie, Margaret - such beautiful work! thanks for sharing the WIP pictures. Would you mind if copied this to our WIP section?
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:15 AM
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Re: WIP, favourite model

Thank you
Ruthie, I did this one again for the WIP because I knew it worked as a composition and I enjoyed painting the scene.
Deirdre; of course, thank you for asking!
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