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Thread: Decadentismo

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    Decadentismo

    Since it was cited quite recently, I decided to give a try to a study of Gustav Klimt style.
    I uses chalk for this.
    From a reference without tracing and on one layer only (except for the added bra of this censored version).
    The unspoilt painting is in the After 9 o'clock Section.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thats looking so good Cesare and a lot of work has gone into this painting, well done
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    fantastic work!.... I particularly like the use of chalk for its texture.. rich colors... very nice study..

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    Hey hey hey, dude -- it's super!!!!! Great. Love the colored pastel emulation marks (regardless of what the tool is called). Nice flair with the movement of the tool around. You seem to be liberated here, combining your drawing style with your desire to emulate another artist's look. (For all I know the original looks like this, but I kinda suspect he did oils and you approached it differently, to very nice effect.)

    Bravo!
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    Great work Caesar and I really like the chalk work here, will check out the after nine also

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    I recognized Klimt, the face is close to one of his works; the use of chalk is perfect for this composition.

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    Wow! That's good Caesar. I love the pastels for it, the textures you got are wonderful. Beautiful. I love Salome in the modest black bra. Great!

    Maybe I'll try it in watercolour just for the hell of it ;-)

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    Oh Caesar Excellent...

    Nothing else to say.

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Bellissimo lavoro Cesare!
    Ottimo l'effetto del gessetto/pastello è uno strumento che uso poco ma sarebbe da sfruttare di più
    Silvia Bandini

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