Ah Ah ! Nevertheless, you did a very good job, and it will be hard to do as well.
Absolutly stunning ! I love the loose way you painted the fur and the eyes. A masterpiece to be hung on a wall.
But, may I make another small comment : don’t you think the background is a bit too dark above the head and around the ears ?
You’re right, Fiona. Thanks for your critique and suggestions.
So strange that he refuses to stay in the right position !
Based on a photo found on the web.
Thanks for your comments. The village is called Le Pont-de-Montvert. You can find the corresponding photo on the web.
This one is situated in the south of France.
My last painting, from a photo found on the web.
Thank you for your comments.
As an answer to Robert… I have no answer ! I didn’t use this wet and wet technique. I did as I could !
You should try to ask your question to the author herself, I would like to have her opinion to.
From a photo found on the web.
Based on a demo found on the website Artpaintingworkshop
Thank you for your comment Mark. In fact there is more contrast in the shadows in the original painting than in the photo.
Another painting after Malcolm Coils. Canson Moulin du Roy Not 30×40 cm.
This is a view of the Northumberland coast after Malcolm Coils. Have a look at his blog. His sketches, watercolours and acrylics are really stunning. And very inspiring.
Painted from a photo of St Quiriace in Provins, a nice city near Paris.
I don’t know why, but I can’t rotate my photos. Martin, if you’re here, I need your help ! Thanks.
A great use of colours wet in wet for the mountains and the trees. A very loose painting which seems to have been painted very quickly. Well done again.
The leather dyers of Fès – Morocco, painted from a photo.
Love the greens in the trees and in the grass and the colors in the corn field. A suggestion : make the last post on the right a bit higher. A painting you should be proud of, and to be framed.
My attempt after Patrick’s tutorial. Canson XL cold pressed 30×40 cm.