by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
Hi Rhonda,If I were you, I wouldn't touch her face with so much as another drop of paint! Mess with anything else, but I swear you've nailed her face and, in my humble opinion, should let it alone.And, by the way...I'm re-working your portrait. Just couldn't stand the icky goo all over the original. I'm still doing my best to express the melancholy, but in a more painterly way. At least that's my goal!Sincerely,Gary.
Hello! I'm looking forward to seeing your progress~ nice beginning.Sincerely,Linda
She's looking good so far! Good for you for trying these portraits.
Like the start of this one Rhonda.
Gary, but she needs eyes, yes? ha ha I will leave it and see what happens when I do the eyes and maybe some bg and clothes instead. I'll be looking forward to seeing what you do with the Blue girl :)Linda, thanks!Carol, if I let my fear of messing up keep me from trying, I'll never learn how to do them so I just keep plugging away.Thanks, Ann!
She is looking lovely so far Rhonda.... I know that feeling of "If I add one more thing to it I might mess it up" I suggest also to put it aside and look at it again later with fresh eyes! Best of luck!
Lovely so far, I especially like the smile!
Both of them look good so far Rhonda, that smile in this one brightens the portrait already, btw is that a lunar color on her dress? gorgeous texture!
Thanks, Debbie. I didn't intend to put it aside but was lazy today so no painting.Thanks, Jane!Teresa, she loves the camera and it loves her! Yes, that's Lunar Black - love the granulation and separation :)
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