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Thread: Still Life Pots

  1. #1
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    Still Life Pots

    Drawn to still life again, done in oil and few layers
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  2. #2
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    Has logrado muy bien las texturas metálicas, y el colorido es excelente.
    Una sugerencia: ¿Qué tal si se retiran, eliminan las flores???

    You have achieved great metallic textures, and color is excellent.
    One suggestion: What if is removed, deleted the flowers ???
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

  3. #3
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    Very nice!

    The pots are excellent and their surface is rich and indeed very metallic looking.

  4. #4
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    Hi Pat yes very Good I like Them but as Damasocl said the flower's distract's from the pots ok one Suggestion watch your circles ok CIAO

    IVAYA CON DIOS SLAINTE HOO ROO

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    Great still life painting. I love the texture and the lighting. Great metallic effect too.

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    Good job! I find it amazing how difficult a 'simple' still life can be, and just how much there is to be learned from them. From the signature I am guessing you are calling this one done? If not I think a few others before me might have mentioned a few things that could potentially help it, if you would like any additional thoughts please do not be shy, feel free to ask.

    I am sure everyone here just wants to be able to help in any way they can, I myself notice a great number of things that might be useful. That said, I will refrain as you should feel quite proud, this is a challenging subject matter, with a lot of things going on and to consider in the painting and you have managed it exceptionally well. Once again, good job, I still find myself struggling with simple subject matter like this all the time (in particular the metal, getting it to look just the way I want). Keep up the great work, can't wait to see more!

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