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Thread: Lady in Red

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    Lady in Red

    Done in pastels, paint tube, stickers, used misterpaint canvas 0% roughness, and chalk 100% pressure AR 3.5
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    Outstanding Pat !!!
    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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    Pat... very interesting painting.. love the colors and dress details... nicely done!..

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    Pat, a lovely painting of a lovely lady in her beautiful red dress

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    Lovely lady, and beautifully painted!
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    Well painted Pat, love the detail on the dress.
    Geoff

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    Nice graphic information to work from. I always found it satisfying to do things with costumes. Fashion illustration was on the way out when I was a student, sadly, not because I was into fashion, but because it was a very creative venue for depicting people in beautiful, creative ways. But costumes and such out of National Geographic magazines and travel brochures made me long for a job that would call for that kind of thing. And this picture you have done definitely falls into that look.

    Nice work, Pat. A real stretch for you, I think because I can't recall you doing people much before. More please! I suspect you shall soon be populating your cool travel images with all kinds of people.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thankyou all so much for your kind comments, so much appreciated
    D Akey, I love to do colorfull ladies in their attire, in the past I have done Japanese, African, Indian, and Chinese and your are so right, they are beautiful ladies with so much color and it is quite a challenge doing them, but well worth it, thanks for checking it out and your kind comments Akey

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