by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
I've always loved this laying pose, worked beautifully for the mermaid and I'm already see something interesting coming in this dripping one
I never know what you are going to post but I always enjoy it. Love those drips!
Rhonda, these figures are amazing! I really like the woman lying down.
You are getting so good at LEAVING the whites where they are supposed to be. I love this loose approach you are using, very effective and watercolor-y.
Thanks, Teresa. I always liked this pose, too - makes me want models again.Vicki, thanks :)Carol, thanks so much. Hope you like the finished one.Susan, that is the best compliment ever (you know how long I've struggled with leaving whites and how they are important to me).
Great figures Rhonda .Makes me think that I need to practice on some figurative work myself.Thank you btw leaving a message on my blog.
Like the sketch and the way you painted the reclining figure with the drippy paint.
Thank you, Nusret, for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I so admire your work!Thanks, Ann, I'm enjoying your portraits, too!
I like these.
Thanks, Terry! I appreciate your comment on these - as you can see, I'm still jumping around all over the place but seem to be more likely to do a portrait or figure right now. Of course, that could change!
Hey Rhonda - congratulations on this project, painting from old drawings. I really like this stage of this pose. I like the abandon in the drips
Thanks, Stephen. I do like pulling out old things and reworking them - these live figure studies come in handy over and over again.
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