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Thank you so much for your help, it really is appreciated. I will never give up on the sketching, don't worry about that! I am using longer life sessions to develop my lack of painting skills. I completely agree with the confidence thing. I do feel a bit lost when I have a palette in my left hand instead of a putty rubber but I am sure that one day things will begin to spark for me. It's just a journey to find what works for me.
Now that you have suggested a complimentary blue for the first of the two paintings it seems so obvious. For some reason I have always been thinking about keeping to a theme rather than a contrast.
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I couldn't see one that I didn't like, though the ones with the faces somehow attracted me more. Might be something to do with not being totally comfortable with headless torsos and all that... ANYhoo.. have you tried different colours on the foundation? Like working on black or dark blue paper?
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These are beautiful. I especially like the first gray one on page six of Ingi.
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your work is amasing you kick ass...the murals are also great...2 thumbs actualy no all thumbs up...respect
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sketches of Jenny are quality, pure quality!
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