Thursday, December 18, 2008

ONE MORE FRENCHMAN WITH TEXTURE: WARM VERSION


I am having the worst time with my computer. It won't hold the internet connection so I have a minute here, and a few minutes there. So far, my experts haven't figured out the solution but we keep working. I feel like I am in a race against time to get this posted before the connection is lost.

Here is another Frenchman with the same set of colors: Hansa Yellow, Raw Sienna, Quin Gold, Green Gold, Brown Madder, Burnt Sienna, Indanthrone Blue, Indigo, Neutral Tint and a smidgeon of Caput Mortum for good measure. I kept the warm/cool ratio heavily balanced on the warm side. The other variation I did was to texturize each shape individually rather than creating texture patterns randomly on the sheet. It took a lot more time because I had to wait for areas to dry before I could do the next one. I don't think it makes a big difference. I think I want to do one more with the texture and this color wheel and paint the Frenchman in a realistic manner rather than this stylized version. Then, moving on to another color palette.

2 comments:

Peggy Stermer-Cox said...

Hi Myrna, Computer problems are no fun; my condolences. I like the expressions you achieve with each variation. I find it interesting how color temperature and texure effects the mood of the Frenchman.

jane Ferguson said...

Good to have you back if only for brief moments .I miss seeing the blogg in the mornings.Jane

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