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Thread: Mystery of the Lady in White

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    Mystery of the Lady in White

    Done in oil and knife
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    I really like this one Pat, love how you have done her flowing robes, just one question " did she jump" ?
    Geoff

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    No Geoff, she decided that life was worth living lol, thanks for checking it out
    Thankyou Sandy, always appreciate your kind comments

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    Very nice color and value study, Pat. It's as if you have pulled out various pieces of music from your piano bench and are having a go, working it to mastery. I also like the drama and romance of this one. A proper paperback novel cover. I feel the sense of longing, of worry, of coldness, and her pure heart helping her to navigate the challenges. . .

    Could romance novel readers be considered heroine addicts? But I digress. . .

    Whites can be managed with a little more chroma. Not sure of your source pic, but white is great because it fairly cleanly can reflect the environmental colors. It can get tricky to keep it looking white while keeping the saturation up. But it's a good early go. The rest has nice colors. Well done, and much learned no doubt. Go Pat!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I just love the textures of white clothing of the lady...

    Me encantan las texturas del vestido blanco de la dama...
    Regards from Chile
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    Very nicely done Pat. What is that lady doing out on those rocks?
    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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    Beautiful work Pat. I suspect she has gone to the edge of the barren cliffs in an effort to get a signal on her cell phone.
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    Thankyou all for your very kind comments, really appreciate you checking it out

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    A quite powerful and dramatic image! So impressive, dear Pat!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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