The colors blend together nicely in this piece. The contrast between warm at the top and the cool blues and violets keep your eye moving throughout the image itself. The composition is a bit front and center, but the splashes around the sides keep it moving, and make it less harsh in that sense. I think that the values could have been pushed a bit more in the hair to make the face pop even more. To me, the eyes are definitely your focal point, so darkening the hair a bit more on the left side of the face would most likely help draw the eye up and around to that point. All in all, this is beautiful and very well done!
I'm certainly not an expert on pen, ink and watercolor work, and I love your art and technique. This piece has great balance and color distribution and use - except one area seems distracting and that is the upper right forehead which is stark white and draws my eye away from the focal point.
Otherwise, I salivate over your use of color and the way you successfully combine those colors to represent light and shading as well as vivid explosions of energy and an almost whimsical dance of brushwork on the paper. It makes me feel like I am part of the freedom of its movement.
Superbe aquarelle, bravo l'artiste! En Tant qu'aquarelliste débutant, je me demandais comment vous faites pour rendre ces traits fins claires qui matérialisent les mèches de cheveux. Est-ce la technique du drawing gum préalablement posé ou c'est tout autre chose? D'avance merci à vous, je suis fan de vos œuvres! cordialement maurice
I wish I lived in Rome so I could join your workshop, can you please do a tutorial on how to do the color in hair?? Or your eyes, they are amazing, or even drip painting, so many questions I want to ask! I love your artwork very much, I hope you understand how they connect to me. As some of the artwork represent a feeling that I felt before, such as Fever. <3
I love the way you have such control of the watercolor, but yet it appears to still be free-flowing as is watercolor's nature. Excellent use of negative space too! I have to admit, that I originally did not want to really look at this piece, because there was an inherent sadness I associated with it, but that would only mean you did an excellent job conveying emotion. Well done. I always look forward to seeing your work. <3