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Thread: Fantasía / Fantasy

  1. #1
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    Fantasía / Fantasy

    Un día de invierno muy frío.
    ¡Qué mejor que quedarse en casa y pintar en Art Rage...!
    Esta fantasía que pareciera un tejido artesanal surgió luego de entretenerme con el Pomo de óleo... + Simetría.
    Una tela muy rugosa.
    Sin imagen de referencia.

    A very cold winter day.
    What better to stay home and paint in Art Rage ...!
    This fantasy that seems a handmade fabric, was made (?) after testing Oil knob (tube). + Symmetry... Too much amusing...
    A very rough canvas.
    No reference image.
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    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Really enjoy the texture

    It looks absolutely as if it were done on rough canvas burlap. I love textures in painting and I love color. This give me the best of both worlds. And you did it without a reference?... I am blown away.

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    Exacto.
    Sin imagen de referencia.
    El pomo de óleo a diferentes ajustes de tamaño, pero 100% Metálico.
    La idea original era pintar una joya, ... de ahí que comencé con la Simetría.
    Pero, de repente opté por el pomo de óleo, y aparecieron las texturas geniales de Art Rage!

    Exactly.
    No reference image.
    Oil knob different size settings, but 100% Metallic.
    The original idea was to paint a gem ... hence I started with Symmetry.
    But suddenly I opted for the knob of oil, and appeared great Art Rage textures!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Damaso, this is incredible work, I am so amazed at what you have done here, very fine work, sorry it is so cold there, it is 95 here in North Carolina and stinking hot and humid so we can share temperatures and make it nice for both of us lol

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    Patience is a virtue

    Did you paint each one of those little strokes separately? It is jewel like and congratulations to you for your patient efforts. Marilyn

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    Excellent invention! It looks like a hook rug.

    ¡Excelente invento! Se parece a una alfombra gancho.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    Did you paint each one of those little strokes separately? It is jewel like and congratulations to you for your patient efforts. Marilyn
    Oil tube: I was sketching short strokes, turning in different directions the course of the line ...
    It originated as a check of the oil tube.

    Pomo de óleo: Yo fui dibujando trazos cortos, y girando en diferentes sentidos el recorrido del trazo...
    Todo se originó como un chequeo del pomo de óleo.
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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