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Thread: Portrait of Misterpaint

  1. #1
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    Portrait of Misterpaint

    Hi all,

    I had the afternoon to paint. Wow it has been a while. I decided to do a portrait and came to this decision. Misterpaint.

    It took about 6 hours and is in oils. I hope that there is some resemblence to the real Misterpaint.....lol If not, hey I tried.

    Hope you enjoy it, I did.

    BRAY
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    Bravo Bobby! A portrait of a portrait master... Wonderful idea and tribute to a fantastic artist. Well done!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    Great job on this Bobby..
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    http://members.artrage.com/vb_users/2939
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    too much honor thank you, this seems to be my alter ego ^_^ heheheh LOL. I once had a beard and hair as you have painted "Double LOL".




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    Hi Stephano

    Cool and thanks. It was good practice for me. Anyone else wanna give it a go and post it here?

    Have fun learning through experience......


    Bobbyray

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    Yes Bobby, it is good to practice everything what we want to learn and in this case...with such an interesting subject to work on ..the sweat of hard work dryes fast...:-)

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    Well done Bobby a great painting of a great artist
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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