I couldn't resist posting this work in progress.
excellent.....I wish i could paint like that
its so good i dont know what else to say
Draw what you see!....not what you think you see!!
My artist friend
We Must each think of ourselves as an endless work in progress ....Harley Brown
ahoy me heartys adventures afoot
like his brooding expression and the gold braid on his hat
"I like to have a thing suggested rather than told in full. When every detail is given, the mind rests satisfied, and the imagination loses the desire to use its own wings."
~Thomas Bailey Aldrich~
ENCHANTER- Thanks mate. You can paint like this. Just keep going the way you're going and add an extra bit of obsessive compulsive behavior and you're there. :lol:
Selby- Thanks to my sis from down under. (Yes I have adopted you as my li'l sister). Now get aloft an' tell me what yer eyes see. I smells a treasure beyond the lashing waves an' I means ter have it. Arrrrrrrrrr.
Dear Fashmir, Cheeze and crackers! and that close up!! mmmmmm!!! the eyes have it, that's for sure,
:shock: cool stuff fashmir....great colors and well expression in his face!
At the moment something is distrubing me (can't tell what) but maybe you can figure it out with your next steps....never crit a not yet finiseh piece of art :wink:
in this chase: best to you
Artrage 2.6 & Wacom Intuos 3 A5
cool painting. i like his beard and the way he's staring at. really awaiting to see the finish one.
Can't wait to see this finished, it already amazing!
Fashmir, couldn't he look a little more like Johnny Depp though lol!
I'm in a piratey mood right now... I like Blackbeard's, uh, beard! Incidentally, in Second Life recently, I came across a builder who sculpted a Queen Anne's Revenge:
Seeing a painting of something like that, or a series of historical ships, would be awe-inducing!
Shiver me timbers!
It's very nice to see you are still creating wonderful paintings. This fella is awesome, one of those pieces where you swear you could touch the paint and feel the texture of cloth.
Anyway, great to see you still hanging around too.
Art is like an ill-trained Labrador retriever that drags you out into traffic. (Annie Dillard)