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Thread: Il Moro - Othello (with an amended version to the end)

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    Il Moro - Othello (with an amended version to the end)

    Free interpretation from a reference.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 01-28-2011 at 03:00 AM.
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    Wow! Caesar, this is great stuff! Powerful...
    Fine work...
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    Very good Caesar I like your colours and a great job on the face and head

    ----E/S ow I've copied it on the IPad ok

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    Great strength in your strokes. Really like it.

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    Althouth there's some very dark tones I should have blended or lighten a little, I wish I could find a way to be always so effective with this style, dear BB! thank You!

    Thank You, dear Skylar! Your wonderful Othello is almost certainly more in line with Shakespeare character than mine, since Othello was possibly a North African or mixed race guy coming from some of the places Venice ruled in the Mediterranean sea. Maybe just a little darker and certainly strong, but less body-builder as a look ...

    Thank You, dear ATPlus! I noticed Your nice iPad copy and commented. Mixing color directly on the canvas through strokes is great. Use of pure enough colors is better although You hardly get also exactly the right tone, or the one You would with real tubes (when You would like either a lighter or a darker one).

    Thank You, dear Sandra. I wish though I could get the same result using this fresh style without any whatsoever reference to drive my start and vision ...

    Thank You, dear Pam! Glad You like it. I wish I could always be so confident to depict any time with this energy and effect whatever I wish and see mentally ...
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    Very good Caesar...bold colors and I like the brush strokes on this painting
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    super! dynamic portrait. bold color and brush work. great art.

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    Thank You too, dear Semd74 and Albert! Very kind of You!
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    Caesar, what a fine rendering of that immortal character! Now we need to see your Desdemona.
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