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Thread: Portrait of my wife

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    Portrait of my wife

    I have been working on using the watercolor brush to make skin-tones that blend evenly. In this piece, I also used an airbrush tool on the neck.

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    She is very beautiful! and the work is spectacular!..

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    Thanks! The hair took a loooong time to do.

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    Very good Mick yes I can see the hair would have taken time but what intrigued me you're menstion of
    Using the water colour for the facial colouring Escuse spelling ok regards mr Ploos

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    Watercolor brush.... dry strokes.

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    WOW. A young and charming beauty with wonderful silver hair. Congrats!
    You paint with an unbelievable accuracy and likely likeness.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I updated the image. When I printed it with my wide-carriage Canon, the gray hair was a little bit too blue, so, I worked on the hair to "brown it up a little bit" with the "soft pencil" tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    WOW. A young and charming beauty with wonderful silver hair. Congrats!
    You paint with an unbelievable accuracy and likely likeness.
    She's well preserved for a lady in her early fifties. She's really young at heart.

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