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eighty+
12-23-2010, 02:49 AM
sorry its when there in the forum that I see what I've missed ok

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MacPix
12-23-2010, 01:54 PM
She's beautiful! And I love the hat! You really gave her great feeling and expression in her eyes.

Caesar
12-23-2010, 08:47 PM
WOW! This is magnificent!:eek::cool::):):):)
Maybe it took You a little more than usual (and the model in pose seems about to lose her patience:D:p), but the outcome is sheer beauty!

eighty+
12-23-2010, 10:51 PM
Well Mac I know you would like an At do you think this one will do
there's one thing thou you want to be at least 6' tall
OK :D:D


Ceasar I know we both agreed to bring her to the main focal point
do you think I've done that ?? I think I've sliced some of
her jaw off as she was looking a little butch I think I've
put the finished one in the upstairs Gallery OK
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MacPix
12-23-2010, 10:57 PM
Yes, 80+, I think this is my hat! And at 5' 10", I think it will work! :):):)

eighty+
12-23-2010, 11:23 PM
Yes Mac your tall enough just want the flair and eligants to wear this
At I can see you flouncing into Claridge's in park lane
making all the chaps fall over Yes

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Caesar
12-23-2010, 11:55 PM
I think You did focused on her, dear mate, because she's at the crossing of at least two major diagonal lines/ paths.
Without any clear clue to go around and get the focal point in a painting, such in this case, the main subject to eventually focus on is generally suggested to be placed according to the so called "sectio aurea" (golden section), that is, approximately, on one of the four points You get at the intersections of a couple of the horizontal and vertical lines drawn at one third of the width and one third of the height respectively, rather than in the centre.

eighty+
12-24-2010, 12:17 AM
Caesar can't I Just sketch what I see ?? otherwise time I've worked out
what goes where I'll have forgot what I was going to draw in
the first place or they have got fed up and gone do you think
Vincent or tolouse or my old mate the Gazzman as I call him
went through all that ??????? :confused::confused::confused:

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Caesar
12-24-2010, 12:25 AM
... :D I guess that among Van, Toulouse and the many other greatest painters, most of them had a good expertise on compositions and all of them a natural gift for it. Obviously tips, tricks and rules may always be of some help to artists whenever it seems it's a bad day for their inspiration and outcome and they like to know what possibly doesn't work ....:p

eighty+
12-24-2010, 12:36 AM
Fair enouth Caesar I know you'll get the last word in as you know

more about this sort of thing then me :eek::eek:

so pehaps I've got a natural Gift for it as Well :eek::eek:

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