This topic contains 8 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  jezzy 10 months, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #55983 Score: 0

    Wolfgang Fuchs
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    1 pt

    hello my watercolor friends,
    today i paint a cat.
    paper hahnemühle britannia matt 140 lbs 6,7x 9,4 inch
    at first i made a sketch with an pencil and then i made the first wash, wet in wet. with a mix from burnend sienna and cobald blue, then i mix a little indian yellow to it an made some stripes by the fur.
    at next i completed the stripes with burned umbra and als a mix of burned umbra and payensgrey.
    after drying i complete the shadows, eyes and fur.
    i have made 2 fotos of the steps so you can see the difference.

    greetings wolfgang.

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    Anonymous
    22 pts

    This is really good – you have improved so much! Good Job!

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    JudyR
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    42 pts

    Excellent, Wolfgang! Really great job.

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    RobertF
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    15 pts

    Well done! I agree, you are improving quickly.

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    harryd
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    2 pts

    Agree with the other comments Wolfgang – shows that all that practice is paying off!

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    Patricia L
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    6 pts

    Agree it all the other comments Wolfgang. Job well done. Is this your cat?

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    Wolfgang Fuchs
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    its not my cat, the onlyst pets are allowed in this house are the flys in the summertime 🙂

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    K8
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    14 pts

    I agree you are growing by leaps and bounds because you keep a paint brush close at hand, this is a good cat painting that anyone would be happy with! ! Well done, Glad you are enjoying it so much

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    jezzy
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    Lovely painting. Nice and furry.

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