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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by hemingway, Sep 28, 2020.
Portrait of a friend of mine. Hope you like it.
Very nice! Lucky friend. And lucky you to have such a nice subject.
you have a great skill
i'm also impressed with the recording quality of your songs..
nice clean tracks and good mixing
curious about the gear and techniques.... home studio or pro shop?
BEAUTIFUL!!! You made my week @hemingway. That's stunning. I feel seduced by a painting on a music forum, how can that possibly happen?!?! Great stuff, thanks for sharing. Love the dress color and the background color.
Thanks. About 4 or 5 years. I can't draw very well, and I don't really draw from life. I always work from photos, which gives me a good margin for error.
But I like colour and composition. And with people I like to paint a lot of space around them. Gives them room to think and show you who they are.
you have some nice technique keep it up!
Thanks as always. Beautiful subject.
I'd been a photographer my whole life only because I wasn't talented enough to be a painter. Great work.
I sometimes think that would be a lot less trouble . . . but I doubt it.
As long as you're leading the full David Hemmings in Blowup lifestyle, .
I should add that the lady in the picture wants to buy it (as did the subject of my last portrait), which is a huge relief, as my bike just fell apart and I've just bought a new keyboard.
This portrait business is nerve wracking. Maybe I'll paint trees or rocks for a while. Don't have to worry about getting the likeness right.
Wasn’t that painting in Rod Serling’s night gallery ?
(that’s a compliment)
If she's a friend of yours, you are one LUCKY dood!
She's a lovely lady. And a lovely friend
Very nice! But Hemingway - Shouldn't you be Degas...?
Yeah, I know. But I used to write novels.
Now Degas, there's a painter. One of my absolute favourites.
But my real idol is Cezanne. Probably the only artist who deserves a category all to himself. I learned to paint by copying Cezannes. I must have done close to 60 of 'em.
I’m a painter too. But I’ve gravitated from Van Gogh to the abstract expressionists. My current favorite - Joan Mitchell.