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Thread: The inside story

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    The inside story

    I just love Gil Elvgren's work, here is my version of another one of his pin-ups
    Geoff
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    The gouache rendering is absolutely amazing Limey

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Hahahaha. My prescription x-ray specs are a little too strong.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    You are awesome! Oh, the painting also.

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    Thanks guys for your kind words on my efforts with this new painting.
    Geoff

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    Nice work. I wish I could do more realistic works of people. Nicely done.

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    Very funny one and very well done Geoff.

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    very well done.. you have an amazing gift for rendering skin tones

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    Quote Originally Posted by gxhpainter View Post
    very well done.. you have an amazing gift for rendering skin tones
    Thanks, I use chalk on a smooth canvas for my skin as I find I can use the knife to get the smoothness that I like.
    The table was watercolour as were some of the other objects and the background was oil.
    All done on 5 layers
    Geoff

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    Well done


    Earle

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