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Thread: Maiden with Curly Hair, Portrait # 13

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    Maiden with Curly Hair, Portrait # 13

    Hi,

    I used several ref. pictures for this one. My intent was to do curly hair, took me forever.

    As usual, any copmment and advice are appreciated.

    Oil, airbrush and MP Sticker spray, thanks MP.

    Jasminek
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    hi Jasminek

    wonderful painting very well done
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    Thank you Sabena.

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    You are doing so good with portraits Jasmine. Well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thank you coops, Alexandra and Justjean for your kind words. Really appreciate your comments.

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    Another pretty portrait Jasmine.

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    Very beautiful Jasmine, great work

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    It's an expressive portrait indeed!
    Comments and advices? Hard to say within a personal style that would risk to change. Anyway I would start trying to widen the tonal range (I mean lighter and darker; You usually keep within a quite narrow one all around a middle tone).
    Contrasts of different light and shadow areas are the basic way for us to perceive, rather than by color changes, so, within some natural ranges depending on lighting conditions, it's the best way to make a nice portrait even more incisive.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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