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Thread: A classical painting (4 steps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    It's just an oil painted background sketch (one layer).

    Awesome Caesar! I'll look forward to your finished product


    :EDIT: OOO and silly me, I somehow scrolled clear past your 2nd portion with the lady standing there. VERY pretty colors! Love her dress!

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    Thank You, dear Sketch. Now I just need some time without interruption. Sooner or later. I'll have to go on also trying to induce some happy accident, then finish and polish it better than usual ...

    Dear FireFytingNut, I'll see when I can resume it. Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I am getting more eager to see this finished by the minute the whole thing is going to turn out beautifully
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    Ah Caesar,
    She's going to be a real beauty, I can tell!!
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    Good for you, Ceasar, good for us also...very interesting what you are doing and showing the steps.... what brushes are you using if i may ask, just to give me the idea. I used to immitate Bougereau's girls, love them, but it was in pastel and acrylic... so i am very much looking forward to this, i know that you will not disappoint us...so do not forget to paint today...or ....

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    Good news dear Amanda, Flyashy and AT-TA I'm going to resume it right now.
    AT-TA, I'm using just the standard and squared brush in the settings. I'm not playing with any nasty "trick" on this ...
    The idea came after reviewing some of the portrait of Sargent, a quite endowed US master of the past, so it's going to be similar enough, maybe just a little more "impressionistic" than Bouguereau ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Not far from the end.
    Then, I'll try to pish polishing as far as possible (or my patience will last).
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    Last edited by Caesar; 02-26-2010 at 04:31 AM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    OOOO! Lookin neater every day! Keep it up!

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    This is really coming together Caesar! I'm enjoying the progression -- it's like reading a book that gets deeper into the story with each chapter!

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    She is growing so fast into beeing a beauty, Ceasar.. who is this... may we know?

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