when my sister is away and I'd love to make her smile
Just a gift for my sister who is in another city, away from me.
I'm making some experiments with oil colours.. I'm just trying these new tools
oil on canvas board
30cm x 40cm
The painting could do with more detail and precision, as seen in the contributor's watercolor works. The left earring*, the eyes(hadow), the right ear, the (lower left part of the) nose and the (right part of the) forehead seem to have been hastily painted. Likewise, the purpose of the frequently used "drip" effect, used in many works by this contributor, is, for me, not clear in this particular work.
Overall, I find the impact of this painting to be great and very successful, albeit the fine details could, should and will be more refined with practice using this technique. For the experiment it is, this is a very successful piece of work.
Thank you most dearly and keep on keepin' on!
*from the woman's perspective, not the beholder's
As for the technique, detailing etc. I feel in any painting they can play a secondary role. To me what matters most is this question:
Does this painting hold my attention? More importantly, does it touch my heart? This one does.
It's a beautiful picture, full of expression!
Also, the smile reminds me a lot of a dear friend of mine, who has just about the same kind of smile. ^^
very lovely and great work!
i love you're all artwork.
Found you from "garden in the ceiling" video, and happy to find new great fellow-artist
Astonishing expression !
I want draw as it ; ▲;