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Thread: My first experiment with pen and watercolor

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    Cool My first experiment with pen and watercolor

    It was fun! Freehand sketch. I wanted it to look as though the paint was bleeding out of her.
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    Yeah Juliawilliams, Well done

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Like. Make's me want to try

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    Hi Julia did try but forgot what I was suposed to do .......now I've seen it again ....I see
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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    Hi Julia did try but forgot what I was suposed to do .......now I've seen it again ....I see

    haha! I think the only real difference is that mine isn't wearing any clothes. Thanks for the input, everyone!

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    Very nice.

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    Mien gott Julia you mean you want me to strip her.....................

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    Very nice indeed. You have ported over from traditional art the watercolor/pen and ink technique very admirably. The grace of the female form through the lines is garlanded by the light dappling of colors, almost as if she is emerging from the sea of color at the artist's beckon. And to me the stylization of the pools of color below are almost like little seashell shapes. Gotta be Venus.

    Very 21st Century Renaissance or "Rebirth". . . whereas Mr Ploos' is the Post Rebirth, Parambulator Era.
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    Wow, thanks for that analysis! I think you're right. Sometimes it does take another set of eyes to interpret.

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Very nice indeed. You have ported over from traditional art the watercolor/pen and ink technique very admirably. The grace of the female form through the lines is garlanded by the light dappling of colors, almost as if she is emerging from the sea of color at the artist's beckon. And to me the stylization of the pools of color below are almost like little seashell shapes. Gotta be Venus.

    Very 21st Century Renaissance or "Rebirth". . . whereas Mr Ploos' is the Post Rebirth, Parambulator Era.

  10. Lovely. If this wasn't on the ArtRage forum I would have believed that it was traditionally done. Quite delightful

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