Sunday, May 8, 2011
This is acrylic on paper. I used my new brush for this one. It's from a company called Hwahong. It's number 10. It was actually kind of interesting how I was able to play with different strengths of pigments by using a lot of water to mix the acrylic and loading the brush, and then adding a heavier mix to the tip. This allowed a sort of two tone effect. In particular, I notice this effect from the eyebrows. I will like to play with that more in the future.
A few misses: the areola and nipple on the left is off from where it ought to be, and the breast ought to continue up a bit to form a better suggestion of shoulder. In any case, I kind of like this one.
Posted by wordsworm at 7:02 AM
Saturday, May 7, 2011
And, from the terrible destruction that came of my wrath was born this figure of clay. It was to be...
Posted by wordsworm at 7:58 AM