Wow, that’s the equivalent of 46p per quarter imperial sheet. I’ve just ordered some from the SAA (Society for All Artists) here in the UK at the discounted price of 94p per sheet. It’s just not fair 🙁
This is a very good scene nevertheless David. I obviously haven’t seen your painting process but as I struggle with loose I’m guessing that, like me, you probably tend to colour in your drawing with even brush strokes taking care not to go over the lines. Whereas Patrick seems to lay down his brush and pick it up repetatively without usually going…
Well done, loving the snow on the fence rails. Can I suggest that you anchor the fence posts in with their shadows?
That’s great. The colours work really well together and I love the scratched out tree trunks.
You certainly do have it correct. Lovely blue tonal landscape.
I had a whale of a time painting this one
So talented with either hand.
Great result in 20 minutes.
You have to use it very sparingly Tina, less is more as far as Brushos are concerned.
No Annette, not tried that yet. I do have the Joanne Boon Thomas videos, so will watch them to discover how to do it. Thanks
I don’t see your struggle here Robert. There is great texture in the lower lip, there is texture in the eyebrows.
If I could paint negatively like that (yes it qualifies for the negative painting challenge), I’d be a very happy bunny.
Thank you Fiona, Robert and Brad.
It was Brushos week today in art class, so I did this doorway scene from a painting which our tutor had taken from somewhere on t’internet (don’t know where).
Try as I might I couldn’t make this fit into any of the Mayhem challenges. The only thing I could think of was that I used a bit of negative painting to bring out the yellow bush on the…
You seem to have picked it up pretty well Brian. Do you prefer it to watercolour?
Welcome Tarun. You have posted 2 very beautiful pieces of artwork there, both very different in style but equally good. I hope you enjoy your time on this website and join in with the challenges.
Fascinating, thank you. 4200 crushed cochineal beetles to make one 37ml tube of carmine 🙁
Welcome Barbara. You’ll find plenty of inspiration here with all the challenges going on.
Wonderful Brian, so lifelike.
Sorry Annette, that’s all I could see when I stepped back to look at it.
I think we should give up on brushes Anne, these flowers are very good.