What a great burger painting! Well done on the burger meat.. pun intended! And you toasted your bun perfectly.
I’m with Fiona.. What do you think is wrong? Nice cow..
This is well done! You are taking on quite the challenges for yourself. Keep at it
Both are nice but I’m partial to the brush strokes/style of the first..
I think you did great with the sponge. I considered using a sponge but thought was a bit too detailed for it.
Wonderful painting and lovely brushwork..
A feather! Wow! Excellent painting.
Used a chopstick..
Pigment on water and water on pigment. Finger for the wash. Added salt to the turquoise. Typically salt likes darker colors
Well done mARTin!
Very good.. don’t get too caught up in detailing the hands.. I find it best if you keep it very simple with hands/fingers.. (paint the shadow only) Hands are on my list of things hard to paint..
A lot of good things going on here.. Good washes and some charging. Good textures from various techniques.. My advice… Leave some white paper for highlights and it will also give additional tonal value
I wanted to keep it simple, loose, and quick.
Wow! I think this is wonderful! You captured it.
It started out well, but it didn’t finish as well as I hoped. Once again, I think painting it larger would help with the feel and story of the subject. And of course, more detail
Excellent paintings.. And congratulation!
As I said earlier… Painting with red and yellow without blue is like riding a trike with only 2 wheels. I didn’t very good on the mouth