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IS IT FINISHED?


Creating any artwork is often a long journey. With any journey there is a beginning and an end, but how does one know when to stop? When planning any artwork, not only does the image appear along with statements, notes, … Continue reading

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ARE MUNDANE SUBJECTS BORING?


  A lot of paintings contain imaginative subjects and compositions that attract one’s eye and often excite us. But what if the subject is a group of similar-shaped objects, with no real ‘stand-outs’? What if these objects or shapes are … Continue reading

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ADDING DETAIL


I have started to add the required detail to my latest drawing, that of pumpkin seeds. It’s quite a laborious job because one needs to work with each seed on an individual basis. It’s surprising how many tonal variations there … Continue reading

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SEED DRAWING GROWS!


I have drawn in all the pumpkin seeds in my latest drawing. My next task will be to shade in the gaps so I can adjust the tonal range of each individual seed. This sounds like a big task and … Continue reading

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SEED DRAWING UPDATE


I have commenced a drawing featuring pumpkin seeds and although in its early stages, the drawing does give an indication of the scale of the objects. I have included the colours I am using for the early stages. Other colours … Continue reading

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