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Thread: Stepping up my game: Niece, Naveed

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    Stepping up my game: Niece, Naveed

    OK, I'm gonna start posting some of the latest stuff I've been doing - Mostly for Xmas presents...This is precious little (Already spoiled) Naveed.
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    Outstanding!!!! I did a traditional oil of my grandniece when she was 2 (couldn't resist because she was so cute- like your niece) and her parents still have it hanging in their home. She's 15 now.

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    Fantastic work.
    Perhaps some brief notes on how done?

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    Judith - Thanks, perhaps this will do the same.
    Ice- First, this is 2.5, dona about a month ago. It was the first of several I did as presents for the family. As it shows, I was still using small hesitant strokes, as I didn't figure out blending until right after this one. I paint everything from scratch, usually with ref photos. Believe it or not, this photo was taken by my sister. there were tacky little flowers on her dress, and she was holding an artificial daisy - I chose to ratchet back on the sappiness, but I loved her face. My settings were about 30% load, 30% thinning, and 100% pressure. I build my own color samples (Taken from the photo. I created the skin colors (Sampled from her dad's) as Naveed is quite pale.

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    Precious indeed. It's really a great expression you captured. I like the eyes looking up. Of course I probably would have liked the little flowers on the dress and the daisy too.

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    That's funny about the flowers - Thanks GZ!

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    Beautiful portrait and a very thoughtful gift that will be treasured long after this christmas
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thanks L Skylar Brown.
    Appreciate these notes!
    Helpful to those of us who are painting neophytes!

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    Stunning painting Skylar of a beautiful little lady
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Outstanding work Skylar and a very Beautiful little girl.
    Valerie

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