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Cees. by simone4390 Cees. by simone4390
From life in acrylic paint.
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UraHameshi Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Student Interface Designer
You have a lot of talent, this one looks awesome!
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AlexandraGaudiosi Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012  Professional Photographer
I love the monotone colors you used in this portrait. Brilliant. I love your brush strokes and use of lines. You really get a sense of the age of this man, I love his expression.
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djemilahgordon Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I always wonder how artists such as you can create such detailed work with those tick, bold brushtrokes :D
and even with the dark b/g and overall tones, you still managed to separate him and have a wide enough range of tones to define his features :) :)
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JacksonDaniell Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012
wow very nice I'm impressed by the plajes you used on the face and how they seem to share a characteristic with the lines on the shirt
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j-miel Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Loving the thick brush strokes. :D
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talkin2wallz Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
this is beautifulll!!!
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KRMayer Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Just let me say, I very much like your portraits. You sense of value and keen seeing skills are impressive.

I decided on this piece because the mark making appealed to me, its worked thickly and with energy. The blocks of color work strongly to it's advantage and the texture of the drier strokes is very nice. The only drawback is I feel you're limiting yourself to much to what you see. Here are a couple of my favorite modern figure painters (that you may already know): [link] [link] [link] Particularly, Savillie. Modifying the size of your stroke to distinguish point of focus, and when you use color, to push what you see, exaggerate more and become unbound.

All of the really positive things I'm seeing in this piece are what I think I'd want to see pushed a little more in your other works. I feel that Anna Roosevelt, this one, and the tunnel are some of your stronger and more distinguished works because they carry more of yourself, a little more play.
You could do anything you wanted with the chops you've demonstrated in those pieces, and I think pushing for experimentation (such as the collage element in your untitled piece) is all I would recommend.
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simone4390 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you very much. I recognize what you say. The aim is not to be stuck to what we see precisely, but meanwhile keep credible. That is why the painters you mentioned are my favourites too.
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EcclecticRed Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I love the technique used in this work =D I can see the emotion in the man's face, I love it =D
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CJJohn Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I feel the need to share how everyone else feels: your brush strokes are perfect. Love it!
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