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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Classic Beauty



Les did his demo as we worked on our paintings. Of course, remember that each artist is seeing a different view/position of the model.

It was a lesson in itself to watch Les realize that from his first 5 minutes, he had nailed her features. He was so involved in his demo that he could have kept going with no notice of time.

Lesson: no matter how skilled an artist may become, or how many portraits completed, there is still room for the perfect model, perfect light, and the muse appears to bring everything together.

The first photo is of his vantage point.

The second photo is of my vantage point. The next 2 photos are of his first 5 minute progress, then his finished portrait. The last photo is my finished portrait. I ran out of time to finesse her hand. Also, the model and her expression always change as you are painting. There is a 10 minute break every 25 minutes...SO, any resemblance to the first photo of a pose is strictly accidental! And that's my story and I'm stickin' to it!

Note to me: must figure out how to control the position of the photos...some day when I have time!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

its all extraordinary....have a wonderful time! - sarah (& Jim)